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Tribune Union to move Governor on Wage Board

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 18 � Extending support to the protest programme of All India Newspaper Employees Federation, the Assam Tribune Employees� Union (ATEU) will march to Raj Bhawan on March 22 and submit a memorandum to Governor JB Patnaik. The protest march will start at 10 am from the Assam Tribune premises.

It needs to be mentioned here that this protest programme has been undertaken because of the government�s delay in notifying the Majithia Wage Board recommendations for journalists and non-journalists although the report was submitted last year on December 31.

The Assam Union of Working Journalists has also extended its support to the ATEU protest march and said that the government should issue notification at the earliest.

The ATEU has requested all the journalists and non-journalists of Assam Tribune group of newspapers to participate in the procession. It has also called upon the people of the State to support its protest programme.

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Tribune Union to move Governor on Wage Board

GUWAHATI, March 18 � Extending support to the protest programme of All India Newspaper Employees Federation, the Assam Tribune Employees� Union (ATEU) will march to Raj Bhawan on March 22 and submit a memorandum to Governor JB Patnaik. The protest march will start at 10 am from the Assam Tribune premises.

It needs to be mentioned here that this protest programme has been undertaken because of the government�s delay in notifying the Majithia Wage Board recommendations for journalists and non-journalists although the report was submitted last year on December 31.

The Assam Union of Working Journalists has also extended its support to the ATEU protest march and said that the government should issue notification at the earliest.

The ATEU has requested all the journalists and non-journalists of Assam Tribune group of newspapers to participate in the procession. It has also called upon the people of the State to support its protest programme.