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April 20, 2021

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Transport Division’s strike ended – Transport Minister gave assurance

Transport Division’s strike ended – Transport Minister gave assurance: All three associations of Transport Division introduced the top of strike Bhopal: Thursday, April 8, 2021, 18:43 IST The indefinite strike of Transport Division officers and workers immediately, Transport Minister on Thursday After dialogue over phone with Shri Govind Singh Rajput, it’s over. Transport Minister Shri Rajput knowledgeable that he was knowledgeable in regards to the departmental calls for by the President of Madhya Pradesh Transport (Gazetted) Officers Affiliation, Mr. Jitendra Singh Raghuvanshi. He gave the extra chief secretary Shri S.N. Mishra has been instructed to submit a proposal for early decision in respect of their calls for. The inclusion of the officers of the Transport Division below the Decide Safety Act, pay discrepancy, the division clerks to the submit of sub-inspector via the departmental examination. Promotion, change of designation of officers of Transport Division like Police Division, RTO. Immediate posting of clerical / enforcement employees in workplace, no consideration of nameless and baseless complaints and immediate trial of such ongoing complaints, motion on departmental individual solely after investigation in instances of car accident and Tikamgarh Transport Officer Transport Minister Shri Rajput has assured to take instant motion in reference to the re-investigation of the case registered towards the clerk with the senior officers and for making the departmental guide expeditiously. Huh. He stated that the federal government, officers and workers and most people are all making an attempt to activate the dislocation brought on by the corona an infection. On this state of affairs it is usually essential to unravel the issues of officers and workers. President of Madhya Pradesh Transport Enforcement Officer-Workers Group Mr. Jagdish Singh Meena and RTO Bhopal and Madhya Pradesh Gazetted Officer Group Common Secretary Mr. Sanjay Tiwari on behalf of Union Transport Giving due to the Minister Shri Rajput, he stated that attributable to his efforts, the much-awaited calls for of officers and workers will probably be fulfilled. Shri Shyam Yadav, President, Division of Transport, Third Class Workers Group, thanked the Transport Minister.

Mukesh Dubey