Anil Malviya, Ichhawar (Sehore). The Panchayat Secretary of Madhya Pradesh is in a mood to fight with the government regarding their demands. The dam of their patience has now started breaking due to the demand for consolidation and seventh pay scale. State Panchayat Secretaries Joint Union issued a press release saying that the Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh has organized mahapanchayat of all the employee organizations, but neither mahapanchayat of panchayat secretaries has been called nor our demands have been met. We are being given step-motherly treatment which is unfair and unjust. The Sangh has warned that if the Chief Minister does not convene a mahapanchayat of secretaries by July 25, then we will launch a fierce agitation across the state.
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Panchayat Secretaries United Union’s State Officers Balmukund Patidar, Narendra Singh Rajput and Hakim Singh Yadav said in a joint statement that on May 25, 2023, the office bearers of the organization had a meeting with Shivraj Singh at the Chief Minister’s residence, in which the union had demanded the merger of secretaries in the department and the benefit of the seventh pay scale. The Chief Minister had assured to accept the demands soon, but till now neither the demands have been fulfilled nor the mahapanchayat has been convened. The said officials said that the state government is considering our patience as weak. He said that if the demands are not resolved by organizing a mahapanchayat of panchayat secretaries by July 25, then we will launch a fierce agitation across the state.
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