IMPHAL, Nov 14: The Joint Action Council of AMGEO and AMTUC, Manipur State Pensionrs’ Union, has informed to go on with its indefinite cease work strike from November 21 demanding the government to fulfill their charter of demands.
In a statement the JAC of AMGEO and AMTUC, asserted that they have suspended their proposed strike to be launched since October 24 for ten days following an appeal from the government who had assured the JAC to settle the matter at the earliest.
It has further stated that the JAC as a reminder had sent an e mail to the Chief Minister’s secretary to resolve the matter at the earliest; however the reminder has turned out to be in vain.
It informed that the failure of the government to materialised its commitment the JAC is compelled to go on with its proposed strike with effect from November 21.
The charter of demands included payment/clearance of 51 months arrears of pay & allowances as given to the state govt.’s judicial service/employees and pensioners; payment of 7% DA/DR w.e.f. 1.7.2011 and earlier outstanding DAs without modification, alteration and subsequent such entitlements as per government of India’s orders to avoid frequent undesirable strikes in the larger interest of the general public.
It further demanded the payment of ad-hoc bonus for the year 2010-11; to clear all pending Die-in-harness appointment at one time installment; payment of adequate SCA to the tune of 25% as the present DA dose had already been crossed 50%; ACP scheme to be at par of central govt.; suitable amendment of R.Rs. to fill-up all the vacant posts to be held by M.S.S. cadres; to fill-up all the vacant posts of LDA ; declaration of gazetted post in respect of Assistant Section Officer; declaration of DPC results for promotion of Group D employees to LDA post.
The JAC also further mentioned to issue orders on engagement of Guneshwor Singh as computer operator (on contract) who has been preparing whole pay bills through ECS/CPIS of Manipur Secretariat establishment.