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7th Pay Demands Continued, Entered 66 Days

IT News
Imphal, May 26,

Employees of Imphal-West Treasury and Sub-Treasury Office Imphal-West today stage sit-in-protest at their office complex in continuation with the indefinite cease work strike launched by the JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO demanding immediate implementation of 7th Pay Commission in the state.
The indefinite cease work strike and protest has entered 66 days today.

Speaking to media persons, Huidrom Dhanendra, Junior Assistant Officer, Imphal West Treasury Office said that though the people of the knows that BJP government is a government who works for the welfare for the public with a commitment
With the problems faced by the employees, Dhanendra appeals the state government and concern to implement the 7th Pay Commission at the earliest and to rebuke the current warrant issued to JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO.
Failure to their demands, any steps or resolution taken by the JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO will strongly support, he added.
Mention may be that employees of various government departments have been staging sit-in supporting the demand of the JAC of AMTUC and AMGEO since March 22 to protest the failure of the state government in implementing the 7th Pay Commission in the State for government employees and pensioners despite repeated demands by the JAC for the implementation of 7th Pay for State Government employees and pensioners.
On the other hand, an immense inconvenience has been faced by the people of the state as employees of various departments run by the state government have taken part in the protest for implementation of 7th Pay Commission.

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