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Employees revolt against Andhra NGOs JAC, Bopparaju JAC; terms them as TDP stooges

Kakinada, May 24 (UNI) As an echo of the election reversal, Andhra Pradesh government employees association came out with a statement revolting against the state NGOs association led JAC 1 and Bopparaju led JAC 2 terming them as Telugu Desam government stooges.

Association has blamed both JACs as mortgaging the employees interests acting as the TDP affiliate bodies for the past seven years.

Association state president K R Suryanarayanamurty has made it clear on Friday that both the JACs had lost their credibility and the government need not negotiate with them on the empoloyees problems hereafter.

He wanted them new government to hold negotiations only with the genuine representatives elected by the employees and urged the government to bring out necessary policy in this regard.

He said association executive body would shortly meet and pass a resolution seeking the government to appoint a cabinet subcommittee as was done during Rajasekhar reddy’s regime to address the grievances of the employees such as abolition of contributory pension scheme, regularisation of contingent employees, equal pay to equal work to both the contract and outsourcing workers, sanctioning of health cards and housing for employees.

Suryanarayanamurty hoped that the new government headed by Jaganmohanreddy would bring out sweeping changes to benefit the employees.
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