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Labour Union appeals to implement state wage board recommendations

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Imphal, Aug 28: Manipur Labour Union appeals to the state government to implement the recommendation of Manipur state wages advisory board of 2014.
Speaking to media persons, president of MLU Oinam Pradipkumar said that the present minimum wages as being applied in the state of Manipur envisaged to Rs 122.10 p, Rs 129.97 and Rs 132.60 per day for unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled workers respectively which are very low to compared with other state like Sikkim, Mizoram, Tripura, Assam and Bihar. 
He further said that inorder to meet the financial needs with the price hike in essential commodities day after another, the Manipur state wages advisory board was formed and submitted recommendation in the year 2014 for approval and implementation however state government has not implement it till today.
He also added that Manipur Labour union minimum wages for different workers in the state of Manipur including variable dearness allowance was fixed at Rs 290, Rs 320, Rs 353 and Rs 430 per day for unskilled, semi-skilled, skilled workers highly skilled respectively. 

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