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Unions may call off the Dec 15 Parliament march


28 Nov, 2016 1:32p.m.

The central government employees’ unions will not march to the parliament to protest against “government inaction” on fulfilling their demands, including hike in minimum pay to Rs 26,000 from Rs 18,000 which was recommended by the 7th Pay Commission and was approved by the cabinet on June 29.

“As government is facing severe attack in the wake of difficulties thrown up by demonetisation and the government also assured the unions that ‘all possible’ acts on our demands will be exerted to secure central government employees’ long term and viable future, the central government employees’ unions has now decided to defer its Parliament March on December 15,” a top central government employees’ union leader today told The Sen Times on condition of anonymity.

It is to note that the central government employees’ union had earlier announced plan to lead their march to Parliament on December 15 against non-formation of High Level Committee for hike of minimum pay, fitment factor,higher allowances and other demands.

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