Memo to CS to implement 6th pay commissionBy Our Staff Reporter
Bhopal, Sept 10: Leader of Opposition in State assembly Jamuna Devi met Chief Secretary Rakesh Sahani in the Secretariat on Wednesday and appealed to implement sixth pay commission akin to the Central Government. She submitted a memorandum to the Chief Secretary in this connection.
Leader of Opposition has demanded in the memorandum that sixth pay commission should be made effective in the State from January 1, 2006 and from September 1, 2008 benefit of increased pay-scale should be given. She reasoned that from January 1, 2006 to September 1, arrears should be given in two instalments and the first instalment should be given before Diwali.
Leader of Opposition in State assembly maintained that State government has betrayed the employees by not implementing the sixth pay commission of Central Government and announcing interim relief. Reacting to the cabinet decision of giving interim relief she opined that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has failed to stand by his word.
She reasoned that Chief Minister had made announcement of giving sixth pay commission to State employees from September 1 but instead of sixth pay commission now only interim relief is being given.
Secretariat Employees Association
Meeting of all the organisations related to Chatva Vetanman Sanyukt Sangarsh Morcha concluded in the office of Secretariat Employees Association. It was decided in the meeting that all the big employees' organisations of the State should exhort its district office-bearers and departmental office-bearers to continue their agitation till recommendations of the sixth pay commission are implemented.
MP Secretariat Government Officers Employees Association
MP Secretariat Government Officers Employees Association president OP Gaur State general secretary of MP Government Officers/Employees Public Welfare Association, RC Gupta maintained that State employees have been forced to proceed on agitation by not sanctioning sixth pay commission akin to Central Government employees. All the employees of Secretariat stopped the work of Secretariat on Wednesday and staged agitation in front of Secretariat.
MP Semi-government officers, Employees Public Sector Undertaking
A delegation led by MP Semi-government officers, Employees Public Sector Undertaking State president Arun Verma and Heralal Sahu of MP Co-operative Employees Association met Finance Minister Raghav Ji for fulfillment of the demands of employees of Corporations, Boards, Co-operative societies, Co-operative Banks etc.. Their main demand was to implement sixth pay commission, increasing the retirement age, reinstatement of daily wagers.
MP Karamchari Congress
MP Karamchari Congress State president opined that State Government has deceived the employees by not implementing sixth pay commission.
MP Karamchari Mahasangh, employees of civic bodies of the State, Government Officers Employees Association and Chatwa Vetanman Sangarsh Samiti have also demanded that employees of the State should be given benefits of sixth pay commission.
In this connection about 50000 teachers and school teachers on contract took out a mammoth rally which was stopped at Neelam Park by administration where this rally assembled.
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