Haryana News: Employees and labor organizations will go on strike across the country, a strategy developed in Chandigarh

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Haryana News: Employees and labor organizations will go on strike across the country, a strategy developed in Chandigarh

Haryana News: Various workers’ organizations prepared the strike strategy in a conference in Chandigarh on Saturday. This strategy was implemented regarding the restoration of the old pension system and the confirmation of contract workers and many other demands. At the same time, workers and unions will strike across the country on February 16th. This strike opened a front for other demands, including the restoration of the old pension system and the regularization of contract workers.

Call for strike

All India State Government Employees Federation national president Subhash Lamba said employees were demanding seven points including pay revision in five years, filling up of vacant posts, pending DA-DR of 18 months, ban on privatization and withdrawal of one new pension system. There will be a nationwide strike. The strike was announced at the demonstration in front of the district headquarters on January 31st.

was directed against the government

The conference condemned non-retraction of all forms of harassment, including FIRs lodged against officials during the electricity workers’ strike in Chandigarh last year. Subhash Lamba said the government, emboldened by victory in three out of five states, had made the damage worse for workers by refusing to restore the old pension system and set up the Eighth Pay Commission.

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He further said that more than 50 lakh contract employees work in government departments and PSUs in the country. The government neither confirms them nor grants them equal work, equal pay and security of service. At the same time, the establishment of Skill Employment Corporation in Haryana closed the avenues for regularization of contractual employees.

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