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APCC flays Govt over salaries

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 3 - Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Ripun Bora today asserted that the State government led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been facing a financial crisis. This has deprived the State government employees of their salaries, said Bora.

In a statement, Bora said that thousands of government employees like the employees of the panchayat and rural development department, computer operators, accountants, lower division assistants and junior engineers working under the MGNREGA scheme, among others have been deprived of their salaries for the past several months.

The BJP-led government has also not released the remunerations of the panchayat representatives, and the salaries of around eight thousand contractual teachers of the high schools, Bora alleged.

He further alleged that going against the decision of the previous State government, the present State government has not regularised the services of these contractual teachers. Besides, the State government has not released the dues to thousands of contractors and wages to thousands of muster roll workers, work-charged, daily wage earners and contractual workers engaged by various departments, Bora alleged and demanded steps to pay these people their dues before Durga Puja.

Cong workers: Bora further alleged that the Congress workers are facing vindictive actions of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government in the State.

Bora said that since the inception of the BJP-led government in the State, fabricated cases have been filed against 157 Congress workers, who include panchayat representatives and block, zonal and district level Congress workers. At many places, the Congress workers are facing harassment from the police.

While condemning all such vindictive actions of the BJP-led State government against the Congress workers, the APCC president demanded an immediate halt to police atrocities on his party workers.

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APCC flays Govt over salaries

GUWAHATI, Oct 3 - Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Ripun Bora today asserted that the State government led by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been facing a financial crisis. This has deprived the State government employees of their salaries, said Bora.

In a statement, Bora said that thousands of government employees like the employees of the panchayat and rural development department, computer operators, accountants, lower division assistants and junior engineers working under the MGNREGA scheme, among others have been deprived of their salaries for the past several months.

The BJP-led government has also not released the remunerations of the panchayat representatives, and the salaries of around eight thousand contractual teachers of the high schools, Bora alleged.

He further alleged that going against the decision of the previous State government, the present State government has not regularised the services of these contractual teachers. Besides, the State government has not released the dues to thousands of contractors and wages to thousands of muster roll workers, work-charged, daily wage earners and contractual workers engaged by various departments, Bora alleged and demanded steps to pay these people their dues before Durga Puja.

Cong workers: Bora further alleged that the Congress workers are facing vindictive actions of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government in the State.

Bora said that since the inception of the BJP-led government in the State, fabricated cases have been filed against 157 Congress workers, who include panchayat representatives and block, zonal and district level Congress workers. At many places, the Congress workers are facing harassment from the police.

While condemning all such vindictive actions of the BJP-led State government against the Congress workers, the APCC president demanded an immediate halt to police atrocities on his party workers.