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NCHA Council employees demand pending salaries

By Correspondent

HAFLONG, March 21 - Demanding clearance of pending salaries of nine months before Assembly election and exemption from election duty, the NC Hills Autonomous Council Employees Union took out a procession today from NCHAC office and marched through the major thoroughfares of Haflong township up to Veer Sambudhan statue and concluded at the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao.

The NC Hills Autonomous Council Employees Union had earlier decided to launch an agitational programme from March 21 demanding their salary phasewise.

Today�s programme was a part of their agitational programme. The president of the NCHACEU Prasanna Hasnu said that the employees are suffering a lot for non-receipt of their salaries for the last nine months. Children of these employees are the worst sufferers since their parents are not getting salaries for months together. He also disclosed that after today�s meeting with the employee members, further course of action would be decided.

Later, they submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao in which it was stated that lives of Council employees have become miserable due to non-receipt of salaries, and therefore, they requested the Deputy Commissioner to exempt the Council employees from election duty.

Earlier on Friday, Kelendra Daolagupu, Executive Member, NCHAC in a press meet disclosed that the present executive committee has been working hard for the payment of salaries to the employees and there was every possibility to release the payment within a few days. While appealing to the employees to have patience, he said that if there is any hindrance in the ongoing process of salary payment, the Executive Committee could not be held responsible for the delay or obstruction in the payment of salaries.

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NCHA Council employees demand pending salaries

HAFLONG, March 21 - Demanding clearance of pending salaries of nine months before Assembly election and exemption from election duty, the NC Hills Autonomous Council Employees Union took out a procession today from NCHAC office and marched through the major thoroughfares of Haflong township up to Veer Sambudhan statue and concluded at the office of the Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao.

The NC Hills Autonomous Council Employees Union had earlier decided to launch an agitational programme from March 21 demanding their salary phasewise.

Today�s programme was a part of their agitational programme. The president of the NCHACEU Prasanna Hasnu said that the employees are suffering a lot for non-receipt of their salaries for the last nine months. Children of these employees are the worst sufferers since their parents are not getting salaries for months together. He also disclosed that after today�s meeting with the employee members, further course of action would be decided.

Later, they submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, Dima Hasao in which it was stated that lives of Council employees have become miserable due to non-receipt of salaries, and therefore, they requested the Deputy Commissioner to exempt the Council employees from election duty.

Earlier on Friday, Kelendra Daolagupu, Executive Member, NCHAC in a press meet disclosed that the present executive committee has been working hard for the payment of salaries to the employees and there was every possibility to release the payment within a few days. While appealing to the employees to have patience, he said that if there is any hindrance in the ongoing process of salary payment, the Executive Committee could not be held responsible for the delay or obstruction in the payment of salaries.