PSPCL staff on warpath

PSPCL staff on warpath

PSPCL employees during a protest march in Tarn Taran on Tuesday. Photo: Gurbaxpuri

Our Correspondent

Tarn Taran, November 23

Hundreds of employees of the Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) organised a rally in front of the local circle office of the PSPCL and also carried out a protest march in the town.

The protesting employees raised slogans against the state government and the management of the powercom. Women employees too participated in the protest. Various representatives, including Pooran Singh Marimegha, Gurbhej Singh Dhillon . Tara Singh Khehra, Gurpreet Singh Mannan, Bljinder Singh Bathe Bhaini, Kanwaljit Kaur, Baljinder Kaur, condemned the state government and the management of the powercom for their ‘indifferent’ attitude towards their demands.

The demands of the employees include recruitment of the employees on regular basis with full scales, giving them pay-band at par with the state government employees, restoration of old pension scheme, removing of the anti-employees recommendations of the sixth pay commission.

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