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Meeting held in Paddy Mandi: MNREGA workers and mates demand to increase wages, government accused of ignoring, memorandum submitted
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| A meeting was held at Paddy Mandi at Junction on Thursday to demand solutions to the problems of MNREGA laborers and mates. After this, the workers submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister. In the memorandum, the wages of MNREGA workers were demanded to increase Rs 600 per day, give honorarium of one thousand rupees per day to the mates, to make a strong arrangement of medicine and shadow at the workplace. Along with this, MNREGA workers were also demanded to give mobiles. To get a system, the District Council officials reached the venue and held talks. There was a demand to pay the MNREGA mets by 31 March 2022 by August 2. Officials said that a proposal to get MNREGA mets out of the material item will also be sent to the state government. After this, the District Health Department Office was surrounded. There, Health Officer Vikram Singh will go to ANM MNREGA work site of the Health Department to test the health of MNREGA laborers. In the meeting held before the talks, Raghuveer Singh Verma said that MNREGA laborers and mates are constantly being exploited in the district. District President of Khet Mazdoor Union Maniram Meghwal said that the system of MNREGA has collapsed. The gathering was attended by Vedprakash, Dharmaram, Vinod Kumar, Hariram, Dalip Kumar, Jeet Singh Sidhu, Pokhram, VS Painter, Atma Singh, Sher Singh, Suman, Hariram, Surjit Singh, Gurdev Singh, Amarsingh, Mahendra Kalwa, Jotram, Omprakash, Surjeet Singh .

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