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CANSSEA prepared to forego claim
Published on 18 Jun. 2010 12:50 AM IST
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CANSSEA, currently negotiating with the state government, asserted it was “mentally prepared” to accept any reasonable offer for implementation of 6th RoP without claiming arrears to a great extent.
CANSSEA vice president Kepelhoutuo Chusi and treasurer S. Mar Aier said they expect the state government would fulfill the demands to the “fullest possible extent.” They said arrears of each of the 80,000 employees would be approximately Rs. 2 to Rs.7 lakh. If any agreement was arrived at under this arrangement, each of the 80,000 employees would be surrendering and contributing at least Rs.3 lakh to the state exchequer totalling around Rs.2400 crore, they said
However, they said the government’s offer be subject to conditions that incremental benefit should be at par with central employees, so that pay parity was maintained to the absolute total emolument and the effective date maintained to a considerable extent. They pointed out that pay parity should be maintained, as in the case with central cadres (AIS) each of who were paid Rs.10 to Rs.18 lakh as arrears after announcement of the 6th CPC, which then led to price escalation.
They said the 3-day mass casual leave was resorted as due share of employees were deprived. On the other hand they said Manipur government employees were on a 4-month agitation for the same demand. They cautioned that if their contribution of at least Rs.2400 crore to the state fund by way of foregoing due arrears was not appropriately reciprocated, then CANSSEA was prepared to resort to the next course of action that could even mean reclaiming what was exactly due to them.

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