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AMTDEU continues Cease work strike

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Imphal, Oct 18: The All Manipur Transport Department Employees Union (AMTDEU) continued its indefinite cease work strike which began from October 17 against the failure to fulfill their demands regarding engagement and re-engagement of officials and staffs in the transport department.
Speaking to the media persons, H Bijoy Kumar, Secretary of AMTDEU said that the union have already submitted memorandum to the concern department and Minister of the State opposing the process of engagement, re-engagement of officials and staffs of the department as it makes discouraging of the employees who are rendering their services with full dedication. The process also forfeits the rights of the employees in terms of promotional avenue, he added.
H Bijoy Kumar also said that few years back there were three re-engaged employees of the department but unfortunately only one has remain now which is currently posted at Thoubal. Such re-engagement of retired employee and posting them at different part of department of the State on contract basis has violated the rights of the employees who are supposed to be not working at all, he added.
H Bijoy Kumar further said that since the union has already begun their indefinite cease work after a meeting held on October 14, 2016, if the concern authority still continues to fails to fulfill their demands at the earliest, a strong movement of the union will take place but if their demands are fulfill the union will revoke all kinds of protest or agitation, he added.
The responsibilities, functions and duties of the Transport Department is coordinating and assisting in the development and operation of transportation facilities and services for highways, formulating and keeping current a long-range, comprehensive statewide master plan for the balanced development of public and private commuter and general transportation facilities.
If such department is not taken good care by the concern department, hinder will be given to the public as well as in transportation related works.

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