Amaravati: State employees associations on Wednesday served a notice on the Andhra Pradesh government listing their agitation programmes demanding immediate redressal of their outstanding issues, including implementation of the Pay Revision Commission recommendations.
The AP Joint Action Committee and the APJAC Amaravati leaders met Chief Secretary Sameer Sharma at the Secretariat here and served the notice, expressing serious displeasure over non-fulfilment of assurances given to the employees.
“Only the government is to be blamed for this imbroglio. Though claiming to be a employee-friendly administration, the government so far remained indifferent to our issues,” leaders of the two JACs Bandi Srinivasa Rao and Bopparaju Venkateswarlu said.
Talking to reporters after meeting the Chief Secretary, they claimed the state government owed at least Rs 1,600 crore to employees in the form of provident fund, general life insurance, leave encashment and other benefits.