Tuesday, 12 July 2011

The movement of 108 ambulance workers

The movement of 108 ambulance workers to submit petition to the district collectors in Tamilnadu,  in reply collector warns not to take any action against the workers those who given petition...

EMRI 108 ambulance workers (affiliated to COITU) those who are in shifts hoisted the movement of submitting petition to the district collectors of Madurai, Theni, Virudhunagar, Coimbatore, Cuddalore and Dharmapuri. The collectors received the petition and handled the claims of the petition direct under themselves without posting it to the appropriate departments. Especially the collectors of Virudhunagar and Coimbatore warned the administrations should not retaliate against the workers who have given the petition which was quite confident to the workers in the other district. The workers haven’t given petition in the rest of the district has planned to do the same in the following days.

This movement of submitting the petition is just the tip of the iceberg. The whole strength of the workers unity will be revealed in the following days when the administration negates the claim of workers.  

The workers who have not received the sample copy of the petition are informed kindly to contact comrade makilzhi (cell - 9443347801) incharge of nagarkoil district, so that you can download the petition copy through email.

We should not stay calm say that the workers responsibility is finished because we submitted the petition to collectors which was under their direct liability and some collectors warns the administrations in support to the workers, but it is just a real ambulance siren alarms against administration as a voice of workers.  But the real task in front of us is to make this movement as an country wide struggle so that every workers toiling under this administration can teach a lesson to the administrations squeezing the workers, and tell them our hands are strong when we unite our minds are far big than you think our live are more purposeful than you live.

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