Thursday, Oct 03, 2002
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By Our Staff Reporter
Declaring open the name board of the Abdul Kalam Government Employees Residential Colony at Olandai in Mudaliarpet block near here today, Mr. Rangasamy said his Government was doing its best to settle the grievances of the staff. Their problems had not cropped up yesterday or after the present Congress Government assumed office, they had been there for a long time. A solution could be found only through negotiations and in this context he said the Government accorded the daily wage employees status to Rural Organisers after a meeting with their representatives. The grievances of the field staff and executive wing of the Health Department were also attended to.
When the Government was sincerely trying to meet their demands, there was no need at all for the employees to resort to agitations. The Chief Minister said his government had evolved master plans to provide residential quarters to all sections of employees as good environment at home would improve the work culture at office.
He appealed to the employees to discharge their duties efficiently. This was what the Government expected from them when their grievances were settled and amenities provided to them.
The Chief Minister later distributed food packets to the poor under a Annadhanam scheme.
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