06 Feb, 2014 1:05p.m.

7th CPC Constitution : Confederation claims impact of strike notice, to proceed with 48hr strike

The Confederation Of Central Government Employees & Workers through its website have told that the two day’s strike notice had its first impact. It was due to the strike notice served that the government had constituted the seventh centeral pay commission
The confederation national secretariat however have decided to go ahead with the 48 hours strike as the following has not been accepted.

  • No DA merger
  • No interim relief
  • No mention about GDS.
  • No change in date of effect.
  • No discussion with staff side.
  • No labour representative in pay commission.
The confederation told o compromise on main demands and appealed to conduct intensive campaign and make the strike total.

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