Guwahati  
 
logo
  Guwahati,
North East »» Manipur territorial integrity will be protected, says CM•••ONGC's exploration mission begins in Northeast: Official•••NH 44 will remain open during monsoon, assures Assam •••State »» Ex-Servicemen rally organized by Army•••KSA seeks early solution to Assam-Meghalaya border dispute •••Stress laid on improving tea industry, role of small tea growers lauded •••National »» Hizbul commander killed in J&K shootout •••Hyderabad police foil protest over 'dharna chowk'•••Indians regard nature as mother: Rajnath•••International »» Six killed in blasts in Bangladesh •••Trump promises new healthcare plan once Obamacare 'explodes'•••'Pakistan's ties with China not a zero-sum game'•••    
  Home » Arunachal News » Story
 
Traffic wardens agitate against ‘discrimination’
 

From Our Correspondent

Itanagar, Jan 10: Demanding for enhancement of salary, regularization of jobs, promotional opportunities along with job security to all wardens and incentive, the Itanagar Traffic Wardens (ITW) launched indefinite ‘whistle down’ strike at IG Park Tennis Court, Itanagar from Monday onwards.

Raising slogans against the authority for allegedly failing to fulfil their demands for which they have been fighting for the past six years, protesters threatened to intensify the agitation till their demands are met.

President, ITW, Tarak Habing Charom said that Capital Complex is the only place where the traffic wardens were getting Rs. 7000 per month and despite their service to the city the structure of salary remains the same without any job security. Stating that there must be equal status and equal salary, Charom further asserted that “we seek equal pay for equal job so that we can get rid of the sufferings.” He added that their job is very tough but authority is keeping silent on the demand placed by them. “It is very unfortunate that despite our sincere services we are getting salary less than the traffic wardens in Assam and other parts of the country. We also have family and children to look after and what is the meaning of doing a job which cannot fulfil our daily needs,” Charom lamented while urging the state government to stop exploiting traffic wardens.

Secretary, ITW, Loma Tapa said, “We are demanding the government to understand our pain and suffering. They should acknowledge the service we made towards the development of society.” He said successive governments had exploited them and made hollow promises. “The state government is not paying any heed towards our genuine demands and had turned a deaf ear, which ultimately compelled us to hold these mass agitations,” added Tapa. Vowing not to return to their duty until their demands are met, the ITW further threatened to go on continued indefinite strike if the demands were not fulfilled.

       
Maximum
 
Minimum
 
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
oC
 Arunachal News
 Meghalaya News
CM inaugurates Kharkutta Police Station
State has alarming proportion of untrained teachers: CAG
JACATAM serves State government deadline
Birth anniversary celebrated
 Northeast News
Manipur territorial integrity will be protected, says CM
ONGC's exploration mission begins in Northeast: Official
NH 44 will remain open during monsoon, assures Assam
No agreement to carve out larger Nagaland, says government
 Cachar News
Garbage is not a waste but a resource: C Srinivasan
Primates face struggle for survival in Cachar
 National News
Hizbul commander killed in J&K shootout
Hyderabad police foil protest over 'dharna chowk'
Indians regard nature as mother: Rajnath
Allow us to build Ram temple, Swamy tells Muslims
 International News
Six killed in blasts in Bangladesh
Trump promises new healthcare plan once Obamacare 'explodes'
'Pakistan's ties with China not a zero-sum game'
'Turkey may hold referendum on EU accession process'
 State-1
Ex-Servicemen rally organized by Army
KSA seeks early solution to Assam-Meghalaya border dispute 
Stress laid on improving tea industry, role of small tea growers lauded
ATASU to organize Mukoli Bihu
 State-2
Peace and unity among different tribal communities underscored
'Low back pain is a major health problem in all developed countries'
Puthimari Bapubheti farmers set an example in organic farming
Workers in Gohpur tea gardens demand wages in cash
 Local Sports
Time to work on publicity and better transport facilities: Yarza
Barpeta, Dhemaji win titles
Neelabh causes major upset
 Sports
Lyon leads Australia's comeback on see-saw day
Lyon revels at extracting bounce at Dharamsala pitch
Pandey's 104 helps India 'Red' beat Tamil Nadu by 32 runs
Indian eves play 2-2 draw against Chile
 Editorial
Celebrating our rivers
Towards ensuring quality education
'Over 70% aquifers overdrawn, water crisis looming'
Letters to the Editor
 Op-Ed (Sunday)
Of kebabs, slaughterhouses and crocodile meat
Ownership: A Sinking Ship
Religion and Humanity
 
Assam
 
Assam is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Dispur located in the city of Guwahati.
 
more...
Nagaland
 
Nagaland is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Kohima. located in the Guwahati city.
 
more...
Mizoram
 
Mizoram is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Aizwal. located in the Guwahati city.
 
more...
Meghalaya
 
Meghalaya is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Shillong. located in the Guwahati.
 
more...
Manipur
 
Manipur is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Imphal.
 
more...
Tripura
 
Tripura is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Agartala.
 
more...
Arunachal Pradesh
 
Arunachal Pradesh is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Itanagar.
 
more...
Sikkim
 
Sikkim is a northeastern state of India with its capital at Gangtok.
 
more...
Home  |  Guwahati City  |  Editorial  |  International  |  National  |  Business  |  Arunachal  |  Meghalaya   |  Northeast  |  State  |  Cachar  |  Sports   |  Local Sports
 Archive  |  Melange  |  Saturday Fare  |  Junior Sentinel  |  Multilingual  |  About Us  |  Contact Us  |  Advertise with us  |  Dongmusa