Nagar Palika Karmachari Sangh Gurgaon demands MCG to add contractual workers in their payroll
Nagar Palika Karmachari Sangh of Gurgaon met Municipal Corporation of Gurgaon (MCG) chief Praveen Kumar today at 11 am in order to talk about the contractual employees of Gurgaon, who look after the cleaning of the city.
There are around 115 contractual workers in Gurgaon,
who work in the sewage and keep it clean. They have been doing it for
the last 5 years but with minimum wages and no facilities whatsoever.
The least that these workers expect is to be made permanent employees
is what the Nagar Palika Karmachari Sangh is demanding from MCG.
Apart from that, they are also looking after the fact
that 35 employees, who were working at the Sheetla Mata Mandir, has
been fired recently by new contractors. Basant Kumar, District
Secretary of Nagar Palika Karmachari Sangh, Gurgoan said, ''Recently,
35 workers who had been working in Sheetala Mata Mandir Board for the
last 10 years, were suddenly sacked by Jiya Lal (new contractor) of
G-Met Company. Although on 13 August, 2014, Smt. Shakuntla Jakhu, the
chief secretary of Haryana
said that the workers in housing boards
will also be taken on the payroll like Nagar Nigam and the contact
will be nullified. In this regard, the letters also have been issued.
Despite this, the outsourcing workers were fired.''
Kumar, who went to meet the MCG chief, Praveen Kumar
also added that these workers have been given assurances by MCG
chief. He has also assured these men that their complaints would be
resolved within the next week. Not only will they be taken into
permanent payroll, but they would also be provided with Identity
Cards, oils and soaps.
On this occasion, Ram Singh, Pradhan of Nagar Palika
Karmachari Sangh (Gurgoan), Rajesh former Pradhan of union and Mahesh
Kumar including other key members of the Union were present in the
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