Monday, January 13, 2014

Central employees on 48 hours strike. Feb 12&13 2014

Confederation declared 48 hours nationwide strike of Central Government Employees on 12th &13th FEB 2014 demanding settlement of 15 point Charter of Demands including  DA Merger, Interim Relief, Inclusion of Gramin Dak Sewaks in 7th CPC, Regularization & Revision of wages for casual labours , Date of effect of 7th  CPC as 1/1/2014, Rescind the PFRDA Act etc.
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Anonymous said...

It was stated that unions would call for secret strike ballot from employees. The railway association did so. But confederation did not bother for general employees consent and went for strike. This is nothing but whimsical and dictatorship. Perhaps Govt is going to take some employee friendly decision in the near future before the announcement of election and leaders are desperate to claim the credit. We are quiet aware of this tactics as the leaders did adopt long ago, before announcement of each D.A., they used to go for demonstration.

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