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Home-guards demand state government to comply with SC order

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Imphal, July 28: Following the establishment of an Action Committee, an apex body of the All Manipur Home-guard Employees Welfare Association during a special general body meeting on July 10, 2016 at J M Hall, the association has drawn attention of state government to implement at the earliest the verdict issued by the Supreme Court on April 11, 2015 directing all states and union territories of the country to increase the salary of home guard personnel to the level of state police constables or IRB personnel within three months.
Speaking to media persons during a press conference at Manipur Press Club, President of the association Y Mangi said the Supreme Court has already issued an order dated March 11, 2015 in Civil Appeal No. 2760 of 2015 regarding enhancement of their allowances to be implemented within three months at a shared ratio of 90 % by centre (Home Ministry/Security Related expenditures) and 10 % by the state where 100% ration allowance could be implemented at the entire NE state directly from the centre if a reasonable proof could be provided.
Y Mangi also said that the association has approached the Supreme Court regarding non implementation of its order from SC by state government where SC has given assured notice as per their diary number 19347/2016.
The Association has also submitted a memorandum to CM, Deputy CM, Cabinet Ministers, the State Principal Secretary, Secretary Ministry of Home Affairs and the Director General Fire Services, Civil Defence, DGP/DG Home Guard and the Commandant Home Guard, Manipur Legislative Assembly House Speaker on during the year 2015-2016 as the concerns remained silent to this Supreme Court order, he added.
Demanding to comply with the issued order by Supreme Court, the Association appeals the Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister and other concerned authorities to fulfil their demands at the earliest.
Failure to implement the new salary system by the Manipur Government, the newly formed Action Committee are prepared to take up different form of agitation in connection to the Assembly Session.

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