Sunday, July 17, 2011

Karnataka employees want interim relief and early implementation of pay commission

Members of the district unit of Karnataka State Government Employees Federation staged a protest demonstration on Friday urging the government to implement the recommendations of Sixth Pay Commission immediately. 
The agitators took out a protest demonstration from the Hemavathi statue here to the deputy commissioner’s office and submitted a memorandum to the chief minister through the DC.
They said the move of the government to form a special committee to implement the recommendations of the pay commission by nine months was not proper.
They urged the government to reduce the time frame to six months as the prices of all essential commodities have shot up. The protestors urged the pay commission to recommend a payment of 25 per cent interim relief with the present salary.
The government should not privatise government services but should recruit for vacant posts directly, it should also revert to the old system of pension scheme for retired employees, they urged.
Source : Deccan Chronicle.

3 comments :

Kumar said...

seriously , worst government ever . doesn't respond to anything . There is a need to implement sixth pay considering the hikes of the commodities . Who should we say this to if government is not ready to hear and respond ??

Raj said...

Why there is difference between Karnataka govt. employees and central govt. employees were already taken the 6th pay commission and seeking for 7th pay commission. There is a need to implement sixth pay considering the hikes of the commodities . Who should we say this to if government is not ready to hear and respond ??

badarinath said...

its a need for the present hour. govt should look into the matter immidiately or else stop talking about devlopment & quality in service.

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