Develop work culture: Lowang
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
Itagar, April 28: Aruchal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Speaker Wangki Lowang has called upon the labour community of the state to develop an appropriate work culture for overall development of the state.
Attending the iuguration ceremony of the sports, cultural and literary events organized by the All Aruchal Pradesh Labour Union (AAPLU) to mark World Labour Day at Nikum Niya hall here on Wednesday, Lowang while recalling the communist movement said that every person is a labour in a way and one’s effort, idea and the zeal to learn new things and to teach others could help develop the society in particular and the state and tion as a whole.
Speaking as guest of honor, ADM cum chief estate officer Talo Potom said that though there are many unions and organizations in the state but there were only a few which work for the development of the society.
“These unions should not indulge in political activities and rather should contribute towards the development schemes of the government. Everybody who works is a labour in a way so we should shoulder the responsibility,” he said.
Expressing concern on the work culture not being maintained by many laborers, Potom appealed the working class to rededicate themselves for tion building so that the next generation would recall the work done by them and take it as a lesson for a better future.
AAPLU president Da Tadu placing the union’s grievances in front of the guests informed that though the labourers want to work for the state but they have always been depriving of their basic facilities with several working for more that 18-20 years are yet to be regularized.
Tadu, on the occasion submitted a five-point memorandum to the guests demanding sanction of bachelor barrack system to the labourers for every department, right to conduct head counting system in very department, regularization of casual/contingency staff, providing of labour uniform etc.
Union MoS for Home Kiren Rijiju has given his consent to grace the main function of the union on May 1 next as the chief guest.