Enrol names with labour dept, MLA asks workers
Warangal (West) MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhasker, who launched a month-long labour rights awareness programme marking the Labour Day, has been interacting...
Hanamkonda: Warangal (West) MLA Dasyam Vinay Bhasker, who launched a month-long labour rights awareness programme marking the Labour Day, has been interacting with the workers explaining welfare schemes offered by the government.
He has been asking the workers to enrol their names with labour department to avail benefits like accidental death insurance and others.
The programme was meant to identify the problems of employees, working both in organised and unorganised sector.
The MLA, who was holding camps at different parts of Warangal West constituency, collecting application forms to enrol worker’s names with the department by spending an amount of Rs 100 per worker towards enrolment cost.
“Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has been implementing many welfare schemes for the workers. The objective of the campaign is to take the benefits of such schemes to all the eligible workers,” the MLA told The Hans India on Thursday.
The MLA visited Kakatiya University and addressed a meeting of non-teaching employees, who submitted a representation to the MLA regarding their problems and asking his intervention to address them.
Vinay Bhasker told the employees that he was aware of the issues related to the Kakatiya University employees. He assured the employees that he would make efforts to solve their problems by taking them to the notice of the government.
Issues like health cards to the university employees, filling of vacant posts, minimum wages to daily wage employees, and enhancement of block grant would be resolved with the help of the government, the MLA said adding he was committed for protecting university lands from land grabbers.
All India University Employees Confederation vice-president and JAC chairman Pulla Srinivas, leaders G Hanumanthu, Kola Shankar, A Nageshwar Rao, P Venkatram Narsaiah, V Nandaiah, Mettu Ravi and others took part in the meeting.
Krishnama Charya Vedantham, who was retired as Public Relations Officer recently, was felicitated.