Employee union seeks action on their demands before polls

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Rohtak
  • Updated: Jul 20, 2014 20:14 IST

Raising their long pending demands, members of Haryana Sarv Karamchari Sangh(HSKS) took out a rally at Chottu Ram Stadium here on Sunday for seeking regularisation of ad hoc employees, perks at par with the central government employees, increase in minimum wages and cashless medical facility.

Meanwhile, the district administration had made elaborate security arrangement in wake of employees rally near Sheela Bypass here.

HSKS president Dharmbir Singh Phogat said if the government failed to fulfill their demands, then they would be forced to observe 24 hours hunger strike on July 26.

Listing the demands before the gathering, which came from different districts of the state, he said the employees working temporary for more than two years should be made permanent, salary should be given on the basis of equal work and equal pay, remuneration to the state government employees on par with the Punjab employees. HSKS leaders also registered their protest against outsourcing and privatisation policy.

Talking to HT over phone, Phogat said they were committed to raise the issues of the employees and would put up best efforts to get the decisions on their demands, but if everything failed, then they would not mind teaching government a lesson in forthcoming state assembly polls.

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