The meeting of the Joint Action Committee of Chandigarh Administration and the core committee of MC Employees and Workers was held the at MC Office Sector 17 today.
And in the meeting, the demonstration to be held under the banner of Joint Action Committee was discussed in detail. All the committee members said that the preparations for the demonstration have been completed and the employees will join the demonstration. The demonstration will start at 12.30 am in Sector 11 Public Health Office.
Ashwani Kumar, the convener of the committee, said that there was a meeting with the advisor of Chandigarh, Sh Dharam Pal and the demands of the UT employees were discussed but till now the demands of the employees have not been fulfilled, in which giving bonus before Diwali to UT employees on the lines of Centre Before Diwali, issuing notification in favor of daily wage employees according to 6th pay scale commission, revising pension according to 6th pay commission to retired employees from Chandigarh administration, the pension cases of the employees who have been retired after April 2022 should be settled soon because the cases are coming back after taking objection from the AG office, due to which there is a lot of anguish among the retired employees.
They demanded that 8 hours of work of chowkidars working in schools should be fixed, a safe policy should be made for outsourced workers and vacant posts should be filled soon. Ashwani Kumar, Surmukh Singh, Rajinder Kumar, Raza Ram, Surinder Kumar, Jagmohan Singh, Kamal Kumar, and Ravindra Bindu were present
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