Anganwadi workers roaring in the secretariat

On Friday, all the Anganwadi organizations of Dehradun united and opened a front against the government in protest against the government's proposal to increase the salary of Rs 500.

Anganwadi workers roaring in the secretariat

Anganwadi workers roaring in the secretariat clashed with police on barricading

On Friday, all the Anganwadi organizations of Dehradun united and opened a front against the government in protest against the government's proposal to increase the salary of Rs 500. To stop them by putting up barricades.

During this, two Anganwadi workers fell unconscious in the scuffle, while one was injured. The Anganwadi workers calmed down after the assurance of the Chief Minister PRO, who arrived for talks late in the evening.

All the organizations of Anganwadi workers are uniting on Friday and protesting against the government. A large number of workers gathered in the parade ground first raised slogans from here.

'We want our rights, not begging from anyone, what kind of dictatorship made us stand on the road...' The workers started marching to the secretariat raising slogans. The police force posted here stopped the Anganwadi workers in front of the Secretariat gate. Meanwhile, Anganwadi workers started pushing and thrashing the police.

During this, the state general secretary of Uttarakhand State Anganwadi Employees Union, Sushila Khatri, and Anganwadi worker Sunderbala, who arrived from Haridwar, fainted. On the other hand, Jyotika Pandey, District President of Anganwadi United Sangharsh Morcha got injured. He has a hand injury.

Demand for a hike in their wages

On the information late in the evening, the PRO of the Chief Minister reached to hold talks with the Anganwadi workers. He has assured talks with the Chief Minister before the upcoming cabinet. Anganwadi workers remained calm late in the evening on assurances but warned that if positive action is not taken on their other demands including wage hike, they would boycott work from November 1.

District President Jyotika Pandey said that the government repeatedly says that we have different organizations. So now we are all united and fighting for our rights. We are being given an honorarium of seven and a half thousand rupees. Which is insufficient in today's time. Now only five hundred rupees increment has come to the fore, which is an insult to us.

Cabinet Minister Rekha Arya had assured us that in the next cabinet we will propose to increase the honorarium, but it was not kept. Today, the PRO of the Chief Minister has talked about meeting the Chief Minister before the next cabinet. In this, he will talk to two representatives of all Anganwadi organizations. Now we are waiting for the conversation.