Monday, January 24, 2011

AP Government accepts demands of agitating employees

Hyderabad, Jan 23 (PTI) The Andhra Pradesh Government today brought the curtains down on the ongoing agitation by its employees and teachers by accepting most of their demands, including filling up of vacant posts.
"Talks between the government and employees, in the presence of Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy, ended on a positive note this evening. We have accepted most of the 11 demands of the employees that will put an extra financial burden of Rs 550 crore on the exchequer and benefit 13.5 lakh employees, teachers and pensioners," Finance Minister Aanam Ramanarayana Reddy told reporters in the Secretariat.
Other demands raised by the employees were being considered by the government, the Minister said.
While some of the benefits would be extended to the employees from April 1, 2011, some would be implemented with retrospective effect from last year, he added.

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