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Meghalaya power employees� stir

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SHILLONG, Dec 11 - Employees of the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) today announced a series of agitation programmes in protest against non-receipt of salaries.

The employees under the banner of the Coordination Committee of Registered MeECL Employees Associations and Unions (CCORMAU) held a meeting and adopted a resolution that they would resort to a �pen down� strike on December 15.

On December 16 and 17, the executive committee members of the CCORMAU would sit on a hunger strike. On December 21, the employees will suspend all maintenance works during office hours from 10 am to 4 pm.

On January 12, the non-factory workers will go on a mass casual leave and march to the State Secretariat to press for fulfilment of their demand. On January 18, the employees� organisation will launch a total non-cooperation movement involving all � from the peon to the chief engineer.

There will be total shutdown of service and non-cooperation from January 22 in the event of non-disbursement of salaries even till that time.

The MeECL employees have not received their salaries since the two months. They are also opposed to the proposed outsourcing of services of the debt-ridden public sector company to private players.

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Meghalaya power employees� stir

SHILLONG, Dec 11 - Employees of the Meghalaya Energy Corporation Limited (MeECL) today announced a series of agitation programmes in protest against non-receipt of salaries.

The employees under the banner of the Coordination Committee of Registered MeECL Employees Associations and Unions (CCORMAU) held a meeting and adopted a resolution that they would resort to a �pen down� strike on December 15.

On December 16 and 17, the executive committee members of the CCORMAU would sit on a hunger strike. On December 21, the employees will suspend all maintenance works during office hours from 10 am to 4 pm.

On January 12, the non-factory workers will go on a mass casual leave and march to the State Secretariat to press for fulfilment of their demand. On January 18, the employees� organisation will launch a total non-cooperation movement involving all � from the peon to the chief engineer.

There will be total shutdown of service and non-cooperation from January 22 in the event of non-disbursement of salaries even till that time.

The MeECL employees have not received their salaries since the two months. They are also opposed to the proposed outsourcing of services of the debt-ridden public sector company to private players.

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