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TEZPUR, Dec 16 - Registering its strong protest against the alleged indifferent attitude towards the long-pending problem of non-regularisation of the nearly 400 CP (casual payment) labourers� posts in BRO under the Project Vartak (Tezpur), the Vartak Labour Union recently staged a sit-in demonstration programme in front of the office of the Vartak here and later burnt the effigy of the Tezpur MP, Ram Prasad Sharma, alleging that despite his commitment to place the issue in Parliament he has not done anything till date.

Later, the protestors submitting a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur, addressed to the Prime Minister, said that before the parliamentary elections, Sharma had committed to solve their problems at all costs, if he won and accordingly the family members of the 400 Vartak labourers under Vartak Labour Union exercised their votes in favour of the MP. �However after the win, the MP has not done anything in this connection,� the protestors alleged.

The protestors also slammed Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, saying that they submitted memorandums to him regarding the issue many times, but there has been no result.

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Vartak labourers stage protest

TEZPUR, Dec 16 - Registering its strong protest against the alleged indifferent attitude towards the long-pending problem of non-regularisation of the nearly 400 CP (casual payment) labourers� posts in BRO under the Project Vartak (Tezpur), the Vartak Labour Union recently staged a sit-in demonstration programme in front of the office of the Vartak here and later burnt the effigy of the Tezpur MP, Ram Prasad Sharma, alleging that despite his commitment to place the issue in Parliament he has not done anything till date.

Later, the protestors submitting a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur, addressed to the Prime Minister, said that before the parliamentary elections, Sharma had committed to solve their problems at all costs, if he won and accordingly the family members of the 400 Vartak labourers under Vartak Labour Union exercised their votes in favour of the MP. �However after the win, the MP has not done anything in this connection,� the protestors alleged.

The protestors also slammed Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, saying that they submitted memorandums to him regarding the issue many times, but there has been no result.

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