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Govt employees decide to boycott poll duties

PTI | ByPress Trust of India, Raiganj
May 07, 2004 12:32 PM IST

One hundred state government employees of North Dianajpur district have decided to boycott the poll duties.

One hundred state government employees of North Dianajpur district have decided to boycott the poll duties, district magistrate Manish Jain said on Friday.

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Jain said case notices had already been issued to the erring employees and disciplinary action would also be taken.

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The Secretary of the coordination committee of the district Sambhu Chakrabarty said the employees had decided to boycott the poll duties in protest against the "refusal" of the authority to exempt two of their colleagues from elections works because of bereavement in their families.

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