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Agreement with some employees didn’t help; Many offices paralyse as JAC strike enters 99 days

by Rinku Khumukcham
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Imphal, June 28,

 

Agreement with some group of government employees failed to resume normalcy at many of the government offices as the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC continue its strike demanding implementation of the 7th Pay commission which enters 99 days today.

The Secretariat Service Association and the Engineering Services Association had suspended the cease work strike following agreement with the government over the implementation of the 7 Pay commission but the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC which comprises members from 105 department of the state government continue its cease work strike except on emergency services demanding the 7th Pay implementation.

As per report reaching here files related to payment of bills had been snatched by the volunteers of the JAC from the treasury office here in Imphal some days back. Many developmental work process are on halt even fund sanctioned by the center under various schemes have remain pending as the employees continues the cease work strike.

Publicity Secretary of the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC, talking over phone today afternoon said that a team of the JAC today inspected the government offices at Thoubal and Kakching district. He said at DC office except some few under pressure were seen working but almost all the employees are supporting the JAC and continue the cease work strike. At Kakching district too employees continue the strike being spearheaded by the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC.

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