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Cabinet requests state employees to end strike

By EMN Updated: Mar 28, 2017 12:55 am

Dimapur, March 27 (EMN): The Nagaland cabinet has requested the agitating employees of the state government to call off their “pen-down strike” and resume duty.

According to a press release, the Nagaland cabinet was stated to have sat for a meeting on Monday during which the members had “expressed concern over the ongoing pen-down strike by the state government employees announced since 25th March 2107 as per the press release issued by CANSSEA on the issue of implementation of 7th ROP.”

As per the statement: “The cabinet subcommittee briefed the cabinet of the discussions held by it on the same issue with representatives of CANSSEA and the various state services associations on 26th March 2017, a day earlier. After thorough deliberation, the cabinet decided to make an appeal to the striking government employees to withdraw their strike as the cabinet subcommittee has been constituted to look into their demands and the dialogue needs to be continued.

“The cabinet also directed the cabinet subcommittee to meet the CANSSEA representatives immediately after the budget session for an amicable resolution of the issue,” it stated.

The cabinet has requested the CANSSEA and other state services associations “to carry on the process of dialogue with the cabinet subcommittee for resolving their issues.”

By EMN Updated: Mar 28, 2017 12:55:35 am