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Haryana power workers' demands accepted by the State govt
Haryana Government has agreed to keep the decision to handover maintenance work of four sub divisions of Faridabad Circle out of preview of privatization and performance of working of balance 19 sub divisions will be reviewed jointly by a committee of workers and management after six months.

Subhash Lamba of Joint Action Committee said that the Government has accepted their number of demands and 5 policy matter decisions will be decided at Chief Minister level in next 15 days. The agitation has been suspended in view of this development.The decision was arrived at after 6 hour long negotiation held at the residence of Krishan Lal Panwar Transport Minister. The strike period will be adjusted against leave period due.

The maintenance work being done by the private contractors will be under the supervision of a junior engineer. If the performance of contractor is up to mark the contract will be cancelled. The Discoms will recruit 5000 employees to make up the staff shortage in near future. The removal of anomalies in pay scales and revision of allowances including grade pay of JE will be done before implementing the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission.

The contract workers will be given DC rates as applicable in the district. The number of sanctioned posts will be increased as per work load norms so that proper services are given to consumers.

The regularization of part time workers and taking on contract workers as employees of Discoms and discontinuance of privatization and outsourcing policies will be decided at Chief Minister level in the coming days.

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