CONRWA asks UP CM to fill vacancies in Noida Authority
Noida Chapter of Confederation of NCR Resident Welfare Association (CONRWA) recently wrote to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, requesting him to fill the vacant posts in Noida Authority for smooth execution of developmental work.
In the letter, Convener Brig (Retd.) Ashok Hak said that no officer has been appointed in the Noida Authority for the past several years because of which the workload share on present employees has increased, which has led to a slowdown in authority’s work.
Notably, the Noida Authority was formed in 1979 and the last appointment was made in the year 2004, Hak wrote.
As per the letter, 60 percent of posts in the authority are lying vacant as they were not filled after the presiding officer retired. Hak said that earlier the authority was able to work with a lesser number of employees too because Noida was small in population but with growing needs and to speed up the developmental work new appointment is important.
The letter was also sent to Satish Mahana, Minister Industrial development, Chief Secretary and Chief Executive Officer Noida Authority.
Talking to CitySpidey, Brig (Retd) Ashok Hak, said, “ CONRWA decided to write to the Chief Minister after it came across startling revelations about how stressed various departments are feeling in carrying out maintenance, resolve infrastructure issues, meet deadlines of completion of ongoing projects”.