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The Andhra Pradesh employees are showing no intention of taking a back step in fighting for their demands. The employees who are not happy with the delay in the implementation of the 11th Pay Revision Commission (PRC) report. To fight for their demand, the employees have intensified their fight and made a big announcement on the same.
To put pressure on the Andhra Pradesh government to see that their demands are fulfilled, the employees association said that they would start agitation. As per the action plan, the employees and the associations would hold protests and other events at the district headquarters.
The representatives of Amaravati JAC and Andhra Pradesh JAC held a press meet to provide more details on how their agitation against the Andhra Pradesh government is going to be. At the press briefing, the leaders opined that the Contributory Pension Scheme is being subjected to postponement by the government.
Saying that there is no required clarity on the PRC issue by the government, the association leaders have once again placed their demand of clearing the dues and reimbursement for the medical bills. Why the dues for the employees were not paid, they asked.
Speaking to the media, Bopparaju Venkateswarlu, Amaravati JAC leader said that false assurances from the government will not do and all they want is the PRC report. Talking about Chief Minister YS Jagan, Bopparaju termed him as an inexperienced leader.
The association leaders also flayed Advisor to the Government Sajjala Ramakrishna Reddy in the matter. Alleging that Sajjala earlier assured them that the PRC will be finalised, the leaders asked why the government is delaying the matter.
Listing out the issues like the payment for the paid leaves and the retired employees' issues, the association leaders alleged that the higher officials could not stand on their words on sorting out the issues. Forget about the issues, the government could not pay the salaries for the employees, they said.
A memorandum on the protests for their demands will be sent to the Chief Secretary Sameer Sharma from the association leaders on the 1st of December. The demands include the PRC issue and others.