Revenue employees’ strike continues for fifth day: caste, residential, decontamination, mutation work stalled, villagers are facing problems

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Revenue employees across the district sat on an indefinite strike for the fifth day on Wednesday as well. The strike disrupted caste, income, residential, amortization, mutation, online and other work. Work has stopped on more than 200 applications coming daily for related works. Due to which the concerned people arriving for work have to return. Along with this, people who had applied for income, caste, residential in the past are also waiting for the strike to end.

Following the guidelines issued by the Jharkhand State Revenue Sub-Inspector Association, the employees of Raunisan Lohardaga are also sitting on strike for their 11-point demands. All the workers are sitting on strike in the multipurpose building located at Sadar Block Headquarters. Sangh President Rama Mahto and Working President Vikas Soni said that they have gone on indefinite strike supporting all the demands. Due to the going on strike of the revenue employees, besides the officers in the block office and other places, other workers have started facing problems in carrying forward the work. Now there is no date for how long this strike will last and for how long people will have to return without getting their work done.

The 11-point demands given by the personnel mainly included giving grade pay of 2400 to revenue sub-inspectors, after three years to grade pay of 2800, promotion on the basis of competitive examination, work experience of revenue sub-inspectors in competitive examination, instead of 10 years, five years. Other demands include implementation of Revenue Protection Act, restructuring of lighter unit. The main strike was Arjun Prajapati, Manish Chand Oraon, Bineshwar Bhagat, Babli Kumari, Neha Kumari Bhagat, Deepak Kujur, Parveen Kumar, Anup Oraon, Rajendra Kujur, Abdul Hasan, Ali Ahmed Saleem, Reena etc.

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