State Government Workers Call for One Day Strike on World Labour Day

State Government Workers Call for One Day Strike on World Labour Day

On the occasion of World Labour Day all the employees of State governed offices observed a day long strike, while teachers of R.E.S Lecturers Association demonstrated outside Collectorate. The workers demanded an equitable salary structure as provided to workers appointed under Central Government; the union notified that overlooking their demands might result in an indefinite strike.

 

State Government Workers Call for One Day Strike on World Labour Day

On the occasion of World Labour Day all the employees of State governed offices observed a day long strike, while teachers of R.E.S Lecturers Association demonstrated outside Collectorate. The workers demanded an equitable salary structure as provided to workers appointed under Central Government; the union notified that overlooking their demands might result in an indefinite strike.

In the strike today, all the Administrative Clerks, Medical Staff, Government Teachers and clerks of other State Government offices participated and remained off their regular jobs. The happening adversely affected routine proceedings and developmental works in State Government departments.

State Government Workers Call for One Day Strike on World Labour Day

The workers alleged that State Government has partially enforced 6th pay commission, as suggested in a report presented by Krishna Bhatnagar in year 2006. The implementation of report recommendations has restricted promotion and salary increment; there has only been a negligible rise in the salaries in past 10 years.

In this same sequence, teachers of Government schools under the banner of R.E.S Lecturers Association demonstrated outside Collectorate and gave memorandum addressing the Chief Minister to request promotions on basis of Common Seniority to the lecturers with experience of more than 10 years.

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