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Ganjam Amalas' cease-work hit office works

| | BRAHMAPUR | in Bhubaneswar

Office works have been severely disrupted in the Brahmapur Sub-Collector, tehsil and various block offices in Ganjam district due to cease-work agitation of the Rajaswa Amalas since Friday.

Members of the Rajswa Amala Sangha have begun the indefinite cease-work agitation and dharna to press for fulfillment of their nine demands, including raising of minimum qualification of graduation with computer knowledge for Amalas, eradication of salary alimony and increasing junior clerk's salary from Rs 5,200 to Rs 9,300 and Grade Pay from Rs 1,900 to Rs 4,200 as per the 2008 Pay notification.

The Amalas have said they would also continue their agitation when offices will reopen on Wednesday after four holidays if their demands are not met by then. Among others, Sangha district president Tarini Charan Sahu, secretary Girija Shankar Mihsra, Brahmapur subdivision secretary Manoranjan Mishra, Tofan Ganda, Arpital Swain and Binod Sabat participated.  




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