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Manipur: State government employees demand implementation of 7th pay commission at the earliest

First Published: 8th May, 2018 12:27 IST

The Manipur government employees have renewed their agitation seeking implementation of the 7th pay commission recommendations at the earliest. A joint forum of the employees of the Manipur Directorate of

The Manipur government employees have renewed their agitation seeking implementation of the 7th pay commission recommendations at the earliest.

A joint forum of the employees of the Manipur Directorate of Information and Public relations staged a sit-in protest at the office premises on Monday in support of the demand.

Earlier on March 22, a strike was jointly called by the All Manipur Trade Unions Council and the All Manipur Government Employees Organisation.

The organizations demanded that the government should give a written commitment on when the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission will be implemented in Manipur.

Meanwhile, Manipur Pradesh Congree Committee president TN Haokip has slammed the BJP led government for remaining indifferent to the issue.

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