Uttar Pradesh electrical energy division workers on Sunday ended their 72-hour strike after a number of rounds of talks between their leaders and state power minister A Ok Sharma.
The protesting workers, who had began their strike at 10 pm on March 16, referred to as it off at round three pm on Sunday.
Asserting the withdrawal of strike, Shailendra Dubey, convener of Vidyut Karmacharis Sanyukt Sangharsh Samiti, stated, “A lot of rounds of talks had been held (with the federal government). We raised our issues and the (power) minister agreed positively to repair them.”
“Respecting the instructions of the Chief Minister (Yogi Adityanath), the optimistic dialogue with the power minister, respecting the excessive courtroom, we’ve determined to name off our 72-hour symbolic protest someday prematurely in view of huge public curiosity.”
Chatting with reporters after the assembly, UP power minister Sharma stated, “I thank the workers of the electrical energy division for calling off their protest…I might request them to direct their worker associates to renew their duties, particularly at these locations the place energy provide was disrupted, be it a feeder or a sub-station.”
Sharma stated the samiti held a number of rounds of talks.
“Among the factors in the course of the talks had been documented. We’ll discuss these, and make an effort to attempt to take them to a logical conclusion,” the minister stated.
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