APNGOs seek 50% interim relief

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APNGOs Seek 50% Interim Relief, Seemandhra employees, News for APNGOs State president P Ashok Babu. APNGOs State president P Ashok Babu urged the State government to pay 50 per cent interim relief before November 15 so as to make up for the delay in the submission of Tenth Pay Revision Commission report.

APNGO delegation met the Chief Minister and apprised him of their demands that included interim relief, regularisation of the 66-day strike period of the Seemandhra employees and the services of the contract employees and issue of health cards

APNGOs State president P Ashok Babu urged the State government to pay 50 per cent interim relief before November 15 so as to make up for the delay in the submission of Tenth Pay Revision Commission report.
Addressing the media persons on Tuesday, Ashok Babu said that the APNGO delegation met the CM and apprised him of four demands including interim relief, regularisation of the 66-day strike period of the Seemandhra employees and the services of the contract employees and issue of the health cards. He said that the CM responded positively to their demands and assured that their problems would be solved soon. Referring to the Tenth PRC report, Ashok Babu said that it was delayed inordinately. By now it should have come up for implementation. He said that the CM had given assurance on the regularisation of the services of contract employees and issue of health cards.

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