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Thursday, May 26, 2016

Govt. employees to strike work on June 2

They are demanding implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations

Members of the Karnataka State Government Employees’ Association (KSGEA) have threatened to strike work and stage a protest across the State on June 2 demanding implementation of the Seventh Pay Commission recommendations. 

KSGEA president B.P. Manje Gowda said nearly two dozen States have implemented the Seventh Pay Commission but the Karnataka government has not taken a decision on bring pay scales on a par with Central government employees. 

Nearly six lakh government employees would strike work and stage protests in their respective taluks and cities on June 2, he said. 

Mr. Gowda insisted that the government, while enhancing the salary, should ensure that there is no disparity in the salaries of Central and State government employees. 
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