All India State Government Employees Confederation (AISGEC), on the third day of the ongoing 7th national conference on Sunday, unanimously passed resolutions pertaining to the ongoing conflict in Manipur as well as for the welfare of government employees and teachers.
The resolutions passed include urging the state government for proper rehabilitation of people, works and payment of ex-gratia and financial grants for the construction of vandalisation and burned houses, stated AISGEC Manipur State Unit, in a release.
It also highlighted the inconveniences facing the government employees and teachers owing to problems in posting and asserted that they should be posted at their respective localities. It also insisted the concerned authorities for immediate interventions to bring peace and normalcy to the state.
It further mentioned the impacts of the ethnic clash which erupted in the state on May 3, adding that around 5,000 houses had been burned down, 60,000 people were left homeless and 181 people were killed. It expressed discontentment over the alleged failure of the to properly intervene and restore peace in the state.
It added that more than 50 thousand people are still in the Relief Camps and only a few thousand have been shifted to the Government constructed Pre-Fabricated Homes. The conference also passed a resolution demanding scrapping of the New Pension Scheme (NPS) and restoration of the old pension scheme (OPS) considering the immense plights facing the retired and current employees.