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    IMPHAL, April 26: The Non Gazetted Employees Welfare Association JN Hospital, Porompat, Imphal has served an ultimatum to the Chief Minister today demanding better service conditions and retirement benefits failing which the association has threatened to launched various forms of agitations on or before May 4.
    According to a release of the association, it has submitted several representations to the concerned authorities regarding their demands including improvement of service conditions and retirement benefits etc in respect of the staff Nurse, Paramedical staff and Grade-IV employees of JN Hospital, who had been transferred to the JNIMS Imphal East.
    It has further mentioned that, in this regard a general body meeting of the association was held on April 21 this month with L Chandrakumar Singh, president of the association in the chair. The said meetinghad unanimously resolved to launched various steps of agitations, unless the demands are considered favourably by the state government on or before May 4.
    As decided during the meeting their steps of agitation will start with the wearing of black badge for dive days from May 5 to 9 next month.
    It has further stated that the black badge wearing demonstration will be followed by non cooperation movement from May 10 to 12, sit in protest there after till May 16.
    The association will follow up the sit in protest by cease work strike until the demands are fulfilled, the release added.

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