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7th Pay Demand Protest enters 56 days

IT News
Imphal, May 16,

The on-going protest staged by various employees of state government departments demanding implementation of 7th pay commission in Manipur has entered 56 days today while employees and staffs continue to stage sit-in-protest at their respective office premises.
Likewise, employees of All Manipur Transport Department stage sit-in-protest at the office premises demanding implementation of 7th Pay Commission in the state, organise by All Manipur Transport Department Employees Union (AMTDEU).
Speaking to media persons, General Secretary AMTDEU, Th Bijoykumar Singh expressed disappointment over state government for failure to implement the 7th Pay Commission in Manipur while most of the states in India the commission has been implemented by their respective government.

Even in North-East states like Assam, Tripura, Meghalaya, implementation of the commission has already been announced but no sign of the commission can be seen in Manipur which is a big disappointment for the state employees, he added.
 Bijoykumar said that the demand made by the employees is genuine and it’s their rights that the commission should implement in the state.
Unfortunately, no positive response or initiative has been taken up by the state government despite the demand protest has reached 56 days, he added.
On behalf of the employees, Bijoykumar appeals the state government to implement the 7th Pay commission at the earliest and also to urge the central government for implementation of the commission in the state.
The employees will give full support to any decision taken up by the JAC AMTUC and AMGEO until and unless their demand is fulfill.

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