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CANSSEA off mood for State Golden Jubilee

By EMN Updated: Sep 06, 2013 1:00 am


THE Confederation of All Nagaland State Service Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) expressed serious concern on the issue of rating contribution towards 50 years statehood celebration by the Nagaland government.
The CANSSEA held an emergency meeting on September 5. The organization issued a press release in this regard, received here. “It may be noted the decision arrived at the administrative heads of departments and heads of departments with the chief secretary, Nagaland that three days` salary of gazette officers and one day salary of non gazette employees to be contributed towards 50 years statehood celebration this year. In this regard, the CANSSEA would like to state that when the state government is keeping silent over issue of release of 2 DA arrears to its employees; January 2013 and July 2013 at par with the central government employees.” The organization’s president K David Sema and general secretary Vekho Vero appended the press release.
It is therefore, constrained to state that when CANSSEA is making hectic preparation for our silver jubilee celebrations to be held during the month of November this year, we are unable to contribute our salary contributions towards Statehood celebration as we are constantly confronting with various taxations and issues.
The CANSSEA also discussed the memorandum submitted to the chief secretary of Nagaland by the Nagaland Senior Government Employees’ Welfare Forum appealing for grant of death-cum-retirement gratuity at the new enhanced rate of Rs.10, 00,000 maximum and earned leave encashment and other benefits under the new ROP rules, 2010. The confederation strongly support the demand made by the association as their demands are genuine, the CANSSEA said.
The CANSSEA also welcomed the decision adopted by the government to contribute one day salary for the Uttarakhand disaster victims “as we feel that they should be relieved of their losses.” The organization offered condolences to the families of the demised and expressed sympathy for those who lost their properties.

By EMN Updated: Sep 06, 2013 1:00:08 am