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Arvind Kejriwal @ArvindKejriwal
Many journos from different media houses met me today complaining that their owners not paying them due wages as per SC order. I assured them that Delhi govt will do everything possible to get them their legitimate rights.
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Ashutosh Mishra @ashu3page
Delhi govt to appoint special officer to supervise implementation of MAJITHIA WAGE BOARD FOR journalists and other employees of print media. Congratulations to all my freinds in print media. Delhi AAP govt to ensure implementation of Majithia Wage Board for journalists. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal directs labour dept to submit status repot of implementation beneficial to thousands media employees. Delhi govt bring “ache din” for print journalists, orders implementation of Majithia Wage Board for print media journalists in Delhi.
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Kejriwal Government to Supervise Majithia Wage Board Implementation for Journalists
New Delhi: Delhi government on Friday decided to appoint a special officer to supervise the implementation of Justice GR Majithia Wage Board recommendations concerning journalists and other employees of print news organizations. The decision was taken following a meeting of the delegation of Majithia Wage Board Implementation Sangharsh Samiti with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.
The chief minister has directed the department of labour to submit a report to him on the status of implementation of the report, which would benefit thousands of employees working in different news organisations. The chief minister has also directed the department of labour to immediately set-up a monitoring committee for regular supervision of the wage board implementation. The chief minister has assured the delegation that he will consider their demand of Delhi government’s intervention in the ongoing case on the issue in Supreme Court. Mr Kejriwal said his government is committed for the effective implementation of labour laws in the national capital and will adopt a policy of zero tolerance against organizations which are harming the interests of employees. He directed the concerned department to probe the allegations that some organisations had forced their employees to sign on documents against them and coerced them to accept lesser salaries.
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