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ATTSA storms ACMS office in Dibrugarh

By Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, March 17 � The Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today stormed the Dibrugarh branch office of the Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha (ACMS) at Khalihamari here in protest against the recent daily wage accord signed between ACMS and the Consultative Committee of Planters Association (CCPA), in which meagre hike in the wages of the workers has been proposed.

The protesters included ATTSA members from the city, Borborooah, Lahoal and Tengakhat regional units. The students� body demanded that the wage of the workers must be hiked to at least Rs 300. The ATTSA has said that the wage agreement between the ACMS and CCPA must not be treated as binding while adding that the agreement must be rationale and acceptable to all stakeholders. The students� body has threatened to launch a mass stir if the wage is not raised to Rs 300.

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ATTSA storms ACMS office in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH, March 17 � The Assam Tea Tribes Students� Association (ATTSA) today stormed the Dibrugarh branch office of the Assam Chah Mazdoor Sangha (ACMS) at Khalihamari here in protest against the recent daily wage accord signed between ACMS and the Consultative Committee of Planters Association (CCPA), in which meagre hike in the wages of the workers has been proposed.

The protesters included ATTSA members from the city, Borborooah, Lahoal and Tengakhat regional units. The students� body demanded that the wage of the workers must be hiked to at least Rs 300. The ATTSA has said that the wage agreement between the ACMS and CCPA must not be treated as binding while adding that the agreement must be rationale and acceptable to all stakeholders. The students� body has threatened to launch a mass stir if the wage is not raised to Rs 300.