Govt employees hand over memo, raise demands before CM
   Date :13-Aug-2019


 State Government emplpyees handing over memorandum of demands to Nayab Tehslidar Sarika Parastey.
 
Our Correspondent:
 
Waraseoni, A memorandum of demand addressed to the Chief Minister was handed over to Nayab Tehslidar Sarika Parastey by a delegation of Madhya Pradesh Rajya Karmachari Sangh affiliated to Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh and Rashtriya Rajya Karmachari Sangh. The employees’ association. in the memorandum, has raised 61 issues of employees that have been kept on hold for over the years. The prominent demand is the implementation of Seventh Pay Commission along with execution of Agrawal Commission for the State Government employees working in various government departments.
 
According to information, a memorandum of demand comprising of 61 issues having direct bearing with State Government employees was handed over to the Nayab Tehslidar. The employees’ association has expressed resentment on the non attentive stance of State Government towards their pending demands. The members and office-bearers of Madhya Pradesh Rajya Karmachari Sangh informed that the large number of State Government employees are still denied benefits of Seventh Pay Commission, house rent, city allowance, vehicle allowance, LTC facility at par with Central Government employees.
 
Assistant teachers working in government school have not been given designation till date, pay scale of clerical grade has not been done as per Ramesh Chandra Sharma report. Block President of Madhya Pradesh Rajya Karmachari Sangh, Pancham Hanwat informed that several demands remain pending and have raised in the memorandum. In case no heed is given, agitation would be launched at the district and State-level to protect the interest of State Government employees. Among the members and office-bearers present were Pancham Hanwat, Vijay Dakhney, SK Chaudhary, Kishanlal Marskarey Shalabh Singh Bais, P B Sharma, Ram Chauhan, Neeraj Verma, S S Sayyam and others.