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Punjab State Ministerial Services Union has decided to extend their pen down strike till November 20

AMRIK SINGH | November 18, 2023 07:30 PM

AMRITSAR: The Punjab State Ministerial Services Union has decided to extend their pen down strike till November 20 in support of their long pending demands, according to a press release of the union.
The state body of the Punjab State Ministerial Services Union has sought the legitimate demands of government employees such as restoration of old pension, arrears of D.A. installments, canceling the letter dated 15.01.2015 and paying full salary and allowances during the probation period, canceling the letter of fresh recruitment on central pattern as per the letter dated 17.07.2020 and 04-09-14 A.C.P. .
A demand letter was given to the government regarding the demand for restoration of the scheme, but due to the government not giving any positive response to the demand for the rights of the employees, the state body first conducted a strike from 08.11.2023 to 13.11.2023, but Due to the obstinate behavior of the government, the date of Kalam Chod strike has been extended till 20.11.2023has been doneUnder the series of which today date: 17.11.2023, on the tenth day, the entire office workers of the district went on a pen cutting strike and held a protest rally outside the office of the Civil Surgeon, Amritsar, raising loud slogans against the government.
On this occasion, Jagdish Thakur District General Secretary and Mr. Mandeep Singh Chauhan District Finance Secretary informed that all the office workers of Punjab are on strike for the last 10 days to demand their right, which will continue till 20.11.2023.
The government is not paying any attention to the demands of the workers, due to which this struggle will be intensified in the coming days and the struggle will continue until the demand is not fulfilled. Date: 20.11.2023 onwards any action will be given by the state body, it will be implemented individually by district Amritsar. Jarnail Singh Health Department, Manish Kumar, Gurmukh Singh Chahal, Ranbir Singh Rana, AmarjitSingh, Vikas Joshi, Ajay Sarma, Hashwinderpal Singh, Tejinder Singh Chhajalwadi and other ministerial workers of all departments were present. -

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