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Naval Base Workers Give Strike Notice

The Cochin Naval Base Civilian Workers Union on Monday issued a strike notice to the Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command, prior to the indefinite strike scheduled to begin on February 17.

Published: 04th February 2014 10:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th February 2014 10:05 AM   |  A+A-

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The Cochin Naval Base Civilian Workers Union on Monday issued a strike notice to the Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command, prior to the indefinite strike scheduled to begin on February 17.

The strike notice was given as per the directions of the All-India Defence Employees Federation.

Advocate M Anil Kumar, general secretary, Cochin Naval Base Civilian Workers Union, inaugurated the public meeting organised in connection with the issuance of strike notice. Union secretary K K Balachandran, vice-president Josy K Chirapuram and joint secretary K Jayachandran Nair also spoke at the meeting.

The indefinite strike has been jointly called by three federations of Defence civilian employees - AIDEF, INDWF and BPMS - raising various demands.

The charter of demands include resolving the anomalies in the Sixth Pay Commission and accepting terms of reference of the Seventh Pay Commission submitted by the staff.

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