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MANOJ B. PATEL

Following the “illegal and arbitrary” termination of 63 regular employees under the establishment of the Chief Medical Office (CMO) Wokha, the terminated aggrieved medical employees’ union (AMEU) Wokha unit has demanded “justifiable response”.

In a press release, AMEU general secretary Lumdemo Lotha stated that their appointments were made by the competent appointing authority on the basis of existing vacancies from 2002 to 2008 on regular basis. It pointed out that the 63 employees had been terminated from service on April 29, 2015.

AMEU also stated that yearly increment had been affected and the initial pay slip of the 6th ROP was enrolled in the department registry. The entire process in itself was as per the policy formulated by the government as in the case of a regular employee, stated AMEU. It said that through RTI, there were 53 employees under the CMO office in Wokha, who were appointed in the same manner but were not served show cause notice. Read more at;

 

http://www.nagalandpost.com/ChannelNews/State/StateNews.aspx?news=TkVXUzEwMDA4MzY0Mg%3D%3D

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