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M’pur govt employees may resume ‘cease-work strike’
Correspondent IMPHAL, Jul 5:
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Published on 5 Jul. 2011 11:17 PM IST
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The impasse between O Ibobi Singh’s government and the government employees over the adoption of revised pay recommended by the 6th Pay Commission resurfaced Tuesday after a gap of over 13 months when the apex body of the employees announced to resume ‘cease-work strike’ on July 18.
The Joint Administrative Council (JAC) of All Manipur Trade Union Congress (AMTUC) and All Manipur Government Employees Organisation (AMGEO) has issued an ultimatum to the government to execute their 11-point demands within July 17.
Ch Chandramani, general secretary of the Joint Administrative Council (JAC) said even after a gap of more than 13 months of signing MoUs, Manipur government has not executed the provisions as per the norms of the centre, except six months arrear for basic pay. He added that the government ignored allowances for the employees and pensioners order for six months with DR (Dearness Relief) was yet to be issued.
An ultimatum was also submitted to the Chief Minister, he said, adding that in the ultimatum, they mentioned that the employees, workers and pensioners will be on indefinite cease-work strike and other forms of agitations in a democratic way and looked forward for a positive response with the stipulated time.

 
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