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Anganwadi centers will remain closed for six days, workers are adamant on persuading

Workers and assistants will agitate from 23 to 28 January

Bhopal. Anganwadi workers and assistants across the state have once again protested against the demands of regularization, direct recruitment, increased salary, Ayushman Yojana and not working outside the department.

Phased agitation has been announced from 23rd to 28th. Under which Anganwadi centers will be closed for six days. During this, the agitating workers and assistants will protest in the District Collectorate. State Executive Member Rani Malviya said that a memorandum was handed over to the Chief Minister at all the district headquarters fifteen days ago, but the government has not responded to the demands. After which a phased movement is being done.

Madhya Pradesh Anganwadi Workers and Helpers Association has announced lockout in all Anganwadi centers as part of the movement. The Sangh has been fighting for its 11-point demands for a long time, but the demands are not being implemented. In view of which the Sangh has taken the decision to lock the centres.

Activists adamant on these demands

Alviya told that workers and assistants attached to Anganwadi centers should be declared as government employees, arrears of Rs 1500, direct recruitment of workers, workers and assistants should be given salary of Rs 25 thousand and Rs 12 thousand 500. Along with this, a demand has been made to include workers and assistants in the Ayushman Yojana, not to impose duty in departments other than the Women and Child Development Department, and to stop the retirement process until they are regularised.

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