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Regularise outsourcing, contract workers in Karimnagar: CITU

Regularise outsourcing, contract workers in Karimnagar: CITUState Outsourcing and Contract Employees Union members and CITU leaders staging a dharna in front of the Karimnagar Collectorate on Monday
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The members of State Outsourcing and Contract Employees Union demanded the government regularisation of outsourcing and contract employees working in various government departments.

Karimnagar: The members of State Outsourcing and Contract Employees Union demanded the government regularisation of outsourcing and contract employees working in various government departments.

The union members along with representatives of Centre of Indian Trade Union (CITU) staged a dharna in front of Karimnagar Collectorate on Monday, demanding that the government should solve their issues.

Speaking on the occasion, CITU district secretary Bandari Shekar said that there are as many as three lakhs people are working as outsourcing and contract employees in various government departments across the State. Even after working for the past 20 years, there is no job security for them. Apart from that they are facing harassment in the offices they are working, he alleged. They are not paid equal salary for equal work and no sign of implementation of 11th PRC, which was implemented for the permanent government employees.

Shekar demanded that the government should consider making the outsourcing and contract employees working in various government departments as permanent employees along with implementing the 11th PRC; sanctioning salaries directly from the departments instead of from agencies; and to sanction health cards along with providing insurance to them.

The CITU leader also demanded payment of minimum salary of Rs 25,000 for all those working as outsourcing and contract employees, sanctioning of six months leave for women employees during pregnancy and updating PF and ECI from time to time. State Outsourcing and Contract Employees Union district convenor Adla Ramesh and outsourcing and contract employees working in various departments participated in the dharna.

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