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MSCB assn issues fresh warning on CE appointment

IMPHAL, November 14: The Manipur State Co-operative Employees Association has set December 4, 2013 as the deadline for launching indefinite cease work strike if the demand for appointment of an own officer who fulfills the criteria prescribed by RBI as the MSCB chief executive officer is not fulfilled.

The employees of the MSCB today staged a sit- in-protest in front of its head office at Old Assembly road in the continuation of its ongoing agitation launched since October 22, 2013 on the same demand. Employees of MSCB in other districts head quarter also staged sit in protest demonstrations today.

Speaking to media persons at the spot general secretary of the association, N Randhir Singh stated that as a part of the agitation the association have decided to observe a two-day cease work strike on November 21 and 22. If the demand was not fulfilled by then, they will launch an indefinite cease work strike till the demand is achieved.

He pointed out that the commissioner (Cooperation) of the state invited the representatives of the association for discussion with the officials of the state in his office chambers on October 12, 2013 and during the course of the discussion the officials apprised the representatives about the steps being initiated by the state government for resolving the issue and made an appeal for suspending their planned agitation.

The association appreciated the initiatives of the state government and further requested an assurance in writing to the association to the effect that the demand will be considered favourably, he said and he added that the state government stated that the final decision will be taken only at the higher level but the representative of the association have not given any assurance to the state government for calling off its ongoing strikes.

He continued that association convened an emergency meeting on November 13 and after discussing the issue, it was decided to continued the earlier programme of agitation to reiterate its earlier demand of appointing an own officer as Manipur Co-operative Bank (MSCB) chief executive officer for facilitating the implementation of government of India’s Package for Revival of Short Term Co-operative Credit Structure (STCCS) in the state comprising of 208 PACS in the state and MSCB Ltd.

He further stated that this process will enable the central government to release its recapitalization assistance amounting to Rs 41.62 crore to the state in the form of grand for regeneration, revitalization and resurgence of the 208 PACS in the state and the MSCB.

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