Employees mass casual leave enters 2nd day


Pothashang News Service: Imphal, July 2, 2019: Two-day mass casual leave by the employees under the umbrella of Joint Administrative Council (JAC) of All Manipur Trade Unions’ Council and All Manipur Government Employees’ Organisation enters second day on Tuesday.

The agitation of mass casual leave was taken up demanding to fulfill 22 charter of demands including implementation of 7th Pay Commission’s recommendations with effect from January 1, 2016 and to review the Cabinet decision to implement it with effect from April, 2019.

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05 the first day of two days mass casual leave 70 percent of government offices were affected,  claimed the JAC.

Secretary general of the council, Laitonjam Biken denounced the two days mass casual leave against the cabinet decision of June 27. In the meeting it was decided to pass the order released by principal secretary (finance) V. Vumlunmang on July 28 last year in which chief minister, N. Biren had assured to review the said order to the representatives of the council during last round talk held on October 18 last year.

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It was reported earlier that chief minister informed representatives of the council to conduct another round of talk on June 26 evening regarding review of the order issued on July 28 last year. But before the day ahead of the talk government sent a cancellation letter to the secretary general.

The council is an apex body of the employees of each section formed by 105 departments including major and minor departments.

On the first day of mass casual leave less number of employees was seen in most of the government department. The mass casual leave gavee huge impact to those public who came for income certificate, caste certificate and other documents in various offices in most of the districts. Though some employees were seen in offices but no official work was done supporting the movement.

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The JAC had also cautioned to resume it’s cease work strike if the government fails to review the Cabinet decision by July 10.


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