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Nationwide strike on October 30

Protests against privatization of pension scheme

Hyderabad, October 27, 2007

The proposed nation-wide strike on October 30 called by the All India Government Employees' Federation and Coordination Committee of Central, State, and Public Sector Employees, teachers and workers will participate. Nearly 45,000 employees of Postal Department working in the State will also took part in the strike.

According to the convener, Federation of National Postal Organizations, DASV Prasad, M Venkataramiah, president of INTUC affiliated employees union said on Saturday that the strike is against privatization of the pension scheme and the government's indifferent attitude to 12 demands of the employees.

They said that the main demand is appointment of a judicial commission to look into the wage revision and service conditions of three lakh Grameena Dak Servaks, who work of periods ranging from three to five hours a day. The leaders demanded continuation of the old age pension scheme, payment of Rs.1,000 as interim relief pending implementation of Sixth Pay Commission, wage revision with effect from January 1 last year and lifting of five percent cap on compassionate appointments.

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