Monday, April 19, 2010

Manipur Pay Hike : First round of talks with JAC likely today

First round of negotiations between the agitating employees and the Ministerial team constituted to iron out differences on the issue of 6th Pay Commission recommendations is likely to begin tomorrow afternoon, even as representatives of the employees are scheduled to meet the Governor on the same issue

According to a senior Minister in the SPF coalition, ahead of the negotiations with the agitating State Government employees, the Ministerial team specifically formed to chalk out means for ending the present administrative crisis, would discuss relevant issues under the chairmanship of Th Debendra.

Th Debendra, who holds the Revenue, Forest, Law and Legislative Affairs portfolios along with Minister members of the team and top ranked officials are supposed to meet before holding talks with the employees' representatives.
the senior Minister further said that the meeting between the Ministerial team and Government officials would be followed by a formal invitation to the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC spearheading the cease-work strike.

The Minister also expressed hope that the proposed talks would end on a positive note that could pave the way for resolving the over three month long agitation.

Meanwhile, welcoming the Government's move of setting up the Ministerial team to hold negotiations with the agitating employees, publicity secretary of the employees' JAC Priyobratta expressed that the employees are keen to perform normal duty rather than waste time by resorting to agitation.

strongly advocating that only through negotiations could all outstanding differences be addressed, he also confided that representatives of Manipur secretariat Services Association, JAC, pensioners and teachers' body would meet the Governor at 11.30 am tomorrow during which a detail account of the employees' demands would be placed before Gurbachan Jagat.

Mention may be made that after Secretariat employees joined the agitation some days back the State administration had been crippled to a significant extent.
Source : The Sanghai Express/E-Pao 

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