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SSA employees observe Hunger Strike at Haflong

With rest of the State of Assam,all the members of ASSEWA, Dima Hasao district Committee sat in "HUNGER STRIKE (ANASHAN) on Friday (15.6.12) as the part of their on going agitation programm at the Ground of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council, Haflong (in front of the main Gate of DHAC) from 10.00 am to 5.00pm.

Their prime demands are the "Re-publication of Service Rule & Financial Rule, 2003 of SSA, Assam with all amendment made till date, equal pay equial work and enhance ment of salary by 10% etc. among their eight point charter of demand.

Earlier on 8th June 2012 - "ABASTHAN DHARMAGHAT" was observed by all the members of district unit at respective District Mission Office & by all the members of State Mission Office Unit at the State Mission Office (SMO) from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and on12th & 13th June 2012 - "KARMA BIRATI" was observed by all members at respective level.

Talking to the media they warned the government as well as the high authorities of SSA to launch stronger democratic agitation if it fails to fulfil their demands immediately.

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