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GMC workers� stir on various demands

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GUWAHATI, April 23 � Protesting against the indifferent attitude of the authorities towards their various demands, nearly 1,000 workers of the Guwahati Municipal Corporation went on strike today.

The workers have been demanding pension facility, recruitment of staff on humanitarian grounds and regularisation of their daily wages.

The strike has been called by all the four unions of the Corporation, including Guwahati Municipal Karmi Sangha, All Assam Harijan Mazdoor Union, Harijan Mazdoor Union and Water Supply Karmi Sangha.

The protesters, including the union leaders Dinanath Basfor, Demudu Rao, Tarun Bodo and Chandan Sarma were detained by the police at the Lakhidhar Bora Kshetra. Supporting their demands, the general secretary of CITU, Assam branch, Deven Bhattacharyya addressed the protesting workers. The strike will also continue tomorrow, said a statement.

The workers� unions have also warned of an indefinite strike from May 12, if their demands go unheard.

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GMC workers� stir on various demands

GUWAHATI, April 23 � Protesting against the indifferent attitude of the authorities towards their various demands, nearly 1,000 workers of the Guwahati Municipal Corporation went on strike today.

The workers have been demanding pension facility, recruitment of staff on humanitarian grounds and regularisation of their daily wages.

The strike has been called by all the four unions of the Corporation, including Guwahati Municipal Karmi Sangha, All Assam Harijan Mazdoor Union, Harijan Mazdoor Union and Water Supply Karmi Sangha.

The protesters, including the union leaders Dinanath Basfor, Demudu Rao, Tarun Bodo and Chandan Sarma were detained by the police at the Lakhidhar Bora Kshetra. Supporting their demands, the general secretary of CITU, Assam branch, Deven Bhattacharyya addressed the protesting workers. The strike will also continue tomorrow, said a statement.

The workers� unions have also warned of an indefinite strike from May 12, if their demands go unheard.