Municipal Corporation Horticulture Employees Union demand regularised the contract worker

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Chandigarh: Today Municipal Corporation Horticulture Employees Union (Regd) organised rally at Leisure Valley, Sector 10, Chandigarh.

While addressing the rally President of the Union Sh Anil Kumar said that Chandigarh Administration has already principally agreed to regularized the Daily wage and work charge workers but till now Chandigarh Administration has not taken ant step to create new posts to regularized the Daily wage employees. We demanded immediately regularization of Daily wage employees and fill up all vacant posts of Mali, Supervisor, Tractor Driver, P.L.M., Driver and implement D.C. Rate to contract labour.

 

Gate rally was also addressed by Sh Rakesh Kumar Convenor, Coordination Committee of Govt. and MC Employees and Workers, Chandigarh, Sh Rampal, Secretary, Sh Balbir Singh, Vice President and Sh Shatrughan Organizing Secretary Municipal Corporation Horticulture Employees Union (Regd), Sh Surinder Kumar, General Secretary of Public Health worker Union, Sh Mohar Singh, President, Sh Jaswant Singh, General Secretary of CTU Union, Sh Ashwani Kumar, Sh Kishori Lal of Electrical Workmen Union, Sh Jaswinder Singh, President and Sh Rajinder Kumar, General Secretary of Punjab Engineering College Employees Union, Sh Malkit Singh, Sh Ajit Singh, President MC Employees Union, etc. All the leaders while addressing strongly condemned the Chandigarh Administration for not regularizing the daily wage and work charge workers / employees.

 

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