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CANSSEA protest; Claims ‘total success’ of mass casual leave

The busy school education directorate in Kohima wore a deserted look on Monday as CANSSEA began its three-day mass casual leave. (NP)
Staff Reporter/ Correspondents DIMAPUR/MON/TUENSANG, MAY 24 (NPN)
Published on 25 May. 2010 1:32 AM IST
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: Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has claimed “total success” throughout the state on the first day of its three days mass causal leave from May 24-26 demanding implementation of 6th ROP from January 1, 2006.
CANSSEA president, Dr. K. David Sema and general secretary, Vekho Vero said in a joint statement that as per information from its district and sub-divisional units, the normal functioning of most of the government offices were disrupted owing to the mass causal leave taken by the employees.
CANSSEA said the protest was carried out as per its clarion call to all affecting government employees to avail the leave without resorting to any untoward incident while demonstrating resentment against the government’s “apathetic” attitude towards the employees.
CANSSEA central office bearers and core group members have congratulated all the confederated associations, districts and sub-divisional units for extending their unflinching value based support. CANSSEA claimed that many services associations, other than its confederated associations, extended their solidarity making the maiden protest a “grand success.”
There was mixed response to the mass casual leave protest in Dimapur.
Most government offices in and around Dimapur wore deserted looks as employees did not turn up as per the call given by CANSSEA.
However, few departments such as office of the deputy commissioner, superintendent of police, excise, supply and geology and mining functioned normally.
Dimapur DC said that the district administration and some other departments had usual working day in the office despite the protest call by CANSSEA.
Our Mon Correspondent reported that almost all the offices at Mon district headquarter were seen without staffs. There were hardly any staff at the deputy commissioner’s office except the DC, SDOs’, EAC and a handful of staff. Meanwhile, three days non-residential training on NPR to the supervisors, master trainers and enumerators of Sangnyu, Phomching and Longshen circle kickstarted Monday at DCs’ conference hall.
In Tuensang various offices wore deserted look as they remained closed following the CANSSEA directive to its affiliated units to observe the three day mass casual leave. However, offices of the deputy commissioner and security were opened.

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