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Central govt unions defer indefinite strike

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The unions were unhappy with the 7th pay panel’s recommendations. However, the government agreed to set up a high-level committee to look into their grievances. Illustration for representation.

The central government employees’ unions on Wednesday deferred by four months their proposed indefinite strike from July 11.

The unions were unhappy with the 7th pay panel’s recommendations. However, the government agreed to set up a high-level committee to look into their grievances.

“We have decided to defer our indefinite strike by four months against pay commission’s recommendations as government today (Wednesday) assured us it would resolve the issues and refer them to a high-level committee,” convenor of NJCA of central government employees’ unions Shiv Gopal Mishra said.

PTI

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