AP Minister's Committee to Hold Another Round of Discussions With Employee Unions

26 Jan, 2022 07:54 IST|Sakshi Post

Reiterating that it is an employee-friendly government, the minister's committee assured that the government is ready to hold talks with employees'unions and stated that another set of discussions will be held on January 27.


Addressing the media after holding talks with the PRC steering committee, Government Advisor Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy said that the leaders of the steering committee had brought three demands to the notice, which includes putting PRC GOs at abeyance, the release of Ashutosh Misra Report on PRC, and implement the previous pay scale. In this regard, he stated that the government is ready to discuss the employees' issues as they are part of the government and invited them all for the talks.


Sajjala said that they would try to resolve the issues in the best possible way or take them to a higher level and asserted that the problem will go to stalemate if the employee's unions don't participate in talks.

He reiterated that Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy strives for the welfare of the employees, just the same way he considers people and thus announced IR, increased pay scale of Asha workers and Anganwadis. He appealed to the employees to understand the situation and act accordingly.

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