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In a statement here, its president, C. Kuppusamy said that the burden on the poor has increased manifold because of the policies of the "insensitive Government.'' All sections of the affected people should take part in the strike, he added.
TNEB billing staff not to join protest
Card billing employees of the Tamil Nadu Electricity Board will not join the indefinite strike called by some State Government Employees unions from October 23.
The TNEB Card Billing Staff Union in a release here today said that it was confident that the Government would favourably consider the employees' demands, which included payment of bonus and DA arrears, and implementation of a new wage structure.
The union pointed out that while the DMK Government failed to fill the vacant posts, the AIADMK during its previous regime gave promotion to about 1,600 employees, besides extending other benefits to them. Hence the union decided not to join the indefinite strike called by some unions, the release added.
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