Adjusted employees at the state and local levels are no longer in the civil service. The Federal Civil Service Act, which is under consideration in the Federal-Parliament, has proposed that the employees of the province be integrated into the state and the local level employees should be local level employees. Staff at the provincial and local level have complained that the civil servants have been lured to the state and local level by eliminating the issue of civil servants.
Chairman of the Nepal Civil Service Organization Kedar Prasad Devkota said that none of the employees at the state and local level were satisfied. He said, ‘I chose the union for integration; I was a junior and I was adjusted at the local level. Devkota has now been integrated into Balefi village of Sindhupalchowk. According to the Act, the staff at the state and local level have made arrangements to come to the union only after promotion.
According to Devkota, 4,000 people apply for promotion for 5 posts in the union. But 3 will return to the union but the rest will be unjust. They complained that the unemployed employees were unfairly accommodated for the workers as the Act made provision for them to remain in service in the local and state until the retirement.