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MCC Pourakarmikas end stir following CM’s assurance
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MCC Pourakarmikas end stir following CM’s assurance

Mysuru:  The MCC Pourakarmikas have called-off their indefinite stir launched on Oct.3 seeking fulfilment of their various demands, following an assurance from Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy that he would personally look into their demands. Kumaraswamy, who met the representatives of the protesting Pourakarmikas, in Bengaluru on Tuesday, assured to meet their demands, following which the…

Pourakarmikas Strike: Stalemate continues, City stinks
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Pourakarmikas Strike: Stalemate continues, City stinks

Mysuru: As the conciliatory talks with Mysuru District Minister G.T. Devegowda and Tourism Minister S.R. Mahesh failed to break the ice yesterday, Pourakarmikas continued their indefinite agitation for the fourth day this morning in front of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) office. Pourakarmikas are staging protest urging the State Government to fulfil various demands including regularisation…

MLA wields broom, extends support to Pourakarmikas
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MLA wields broom, extends support to Pourakarmikas

Mysuru: In a rare gesture extending support to the ongoing stir of Pourakarmikas, MLA L. Nagendra, accompanied by BJP Corporators of Chamaraja Constituency and party activists cleaned Devaraja Urs Road from K.R. Circle to JLB Road this morning. The garbage collected was shifted using goods autorickshaws. As Nagendra began the cleaning operation, a few Pourakarmikas…

GARBAGE CITY: Angry Pourakarmikas dump garbage on streets
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GARBAGE CITY: Angry Pourakarmikas dump garbage on streets

Mysuru:  The indefinite strike by Pourakarmikas of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC) has caused a complete breakdown of garbage clearance and sanitation services in many areas. This morning, roads and central verges in popular markets and commercial areas including D. Devaraja Urs Road, Sayyaji Rao Road, K.R. Circle, Chamaraja Circle, Shivarampet Road, Dhanvanthri Road and surrounding…

Pourakarmikas’ stir enters second day
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Pourakarmikas’ stir enters second day

State Govt. to provide daily lunch for civic workers from Indira Canteens Mysuru:  The indefinite stir launched by Pourakarmikas in front of the MCC Office on Sayyaji Rao Road, seeking fulfilment of their demands, entered the second day today. They are demanding regularisation of services, abolition of contract system of employment, payment of bonus on…

Pourakarmikas begin indefinite stir in front of MCC
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Pourakarmikas begin indefinite stir in front of MCC

Mysuru:  With just a week left for the formal inauguration of Dasara festivities, over 1,500 pourakarmikas of city, led by former Mayor Narayana, who is also the President of Karnataka State Corporation, City Municipal and Town Municipal Pourakarmikas Maha Sabha, began an indefinite strike by staging a dharna in front of Mysuru City Corporation (MCC)…

Pourakarmikas to strike work from tomorrow
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Pourakarmikas to strike work from tomorrow

Mysuru: Accusing the State Government of failing to fulfil their just demands like regularisation of services and abolition of contract system and outsourcing, MCC Pourakarmikas, under the banner of Karnataka Rajya Nagarapalike, Nagarasabha Mattu Purasabhegala Pourakarmika Mahasangha, will strike work in the city from tomorrow (Oct.3). Announcing this at a press meet at Pathrakartara Bhavan…

Pourakarmikas’ protest rally
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Pourakarmikas’ protest rally

Mysuru:  Karnataka State Pourakarmikas Mahasangha will take out a protest rally tomorrow (Sept.19) in city urging MCC to abolish contract labour system abiding by the government order. Addressing a press meet at Pathrakarthara Bhavan here yesterday, Mahasangha  President Narayan warned that the Pourakarmikas would boycott Dasara festivities if their demand was not fulfilled. He recalled…

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