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Negotiate with ANDMSA: CANSSEA to CS

Published on 6 Dec. 2017 11:22 PM IST
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Confederation of All Nagaland States Service Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has written to the Chief Secretary appealing to begin negotiations with All Nagaland District Ministerial Service Association (ANDMSA) to end its ongoing agitation.
The letter signed by CANSSEA president Dr. Zase Chusi and general secretary Tarachu Fithu said that the ongoing agitation of the ANDMSA, which is an affiliate of CANSSEA, was jeopardising not only office functioning but also public services at the onset of the festive season. 
 It urged the chief secretary to “initiate adjudication at the earliest” as the matter was solvable through dialogue and negotiation. It added that evading discussions can lead to further complications of the situation.
ANDMSA stir completes 7th day: Marking the seventh day of the state-wide agitation by the ANDMSA, the association felt that they were being given step-motherly treatment by the government with its silence on its three charter of demands and the related agitation.
A press release from ANDMSA president Shilumenba Alinger, vice-president Inato Sangtam and general secretary T. Limhachan Kithan said that the association would intensify its agitation until a positive response to their demands is received.
It lauded all the members of the 11 district units and volunteers for their sacrifice so far and called upon all members to remain united and resilient.
The Association, once again, appealed to the general public to bear with the inconveniences and also to extend co-operation as there has been no response from the government till the time of issuing the press release.
ANDMSA Dimapur Unit: Meanwhile, ANDMSA (Dimapur Unit) has appreciated the support of CANSSEA by addressing the issue to chief secretary. In a press release from ANDMSA (DU) general secretary M Zachamo Ezung and finance secretary Yevishe Assumi, it urged the government to recommend a committee and initiate dialogue to avoid further problems. 
A notice signed by ANDMSA (DU) general secretary and finance secretary, directed all departmental cashiers and accountants to not submit pay bill either to the treasuries or bank and also not to exchange the token at the bank until the pen down followed by mass casual leave agitations are completed on December 13. Failure to comply with the direction will result in seizure of Treasury Token by the volunteers, it said.
In yet another press note from general secretary ANDMSA (Hq. Kohima), R. Lichanbemo Kikon said that district ministerial staff are considered the backbone of the district machinery and work even in the remotest parts of the state for the service of the public and the government. “We are pained to mention that when our grievances are placed before the Government for redressal, we are treated as inferior” it lamented.
Considering these things, it said that “we the ANDAMSA extend our solidarity and give moral and emotional support to the ongoing 1st phase of pen down and computer shut down agitation called by ANDMSA in fulfilling various demands of the Association”

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