PSU­ staff to launch Chalo Vijayawada

PSU­ staff to launch Chalo Vijayawada
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Andhra Pradesh Public Sector Employees Federation (APPSEF) called for Chalo Vijayawada campaign on July 3, to press for scrapping of a government order 112.  The GO in question makes the APPSEF employees ineligible to retire at 60 on par with State government employees. 

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Public Sector Employees Federation (APPSEF) called for Chalo Vijayawada campaign on July 3, to press for scrapping of a government order 112. The GO in question makes the APPSEF employees ineligible to retire at 60 on par with State government employees.

Addressing a press conference here on Friday, the APPSEF chairman Y U Bhaskara Rao and secretary general M Janardhan Reddy demanded the government to scrap the GO and seek implementation of PRC recommendations for them.

The employee leaders said that the government’s decision not to apply the superannuation on par with the government employees to staff in public sector undertakings under Schedule 9 and 10 was unreasonable. The APPSEF employees claimed that the public sector and cooperative institutions have been functioning separately from June 2, 2014.

The division of the institutions was not only completed but the expert committee has also sent a report for approval to the both AP, TS governments which is pending, they added. They also claimed the division of employees has been completed and the same has been sent for the approval to the TS and AP governments.

The governing bodies of the PSUs have resolved to seek enhancement of retirement age to 60 years. Already 14 corporations and 10 cooperative institutions are implementing the PRC and there were only a few left out. It is to press for the implementation of the PRC and to demand enhancement of retirement age that the federation has envisaged Chalo Vijayawada campaign, they said.

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