The Nagpur Municipal Corporation has recently allotted two new operators endowed the responsibilities to make the city clean. However, the scenario has become serious when the new operators has introduced new conditions for the re-employment for collecting the door-to-door garbage collection. As per information, around 1000 workers of Kanak Resources and Management Ltd have protest against the new conditions at NMC headquarters on Thursday. The extended contract of Kanak ends on November 15. The leaders of the protest were Tanaji Warne and senior Congress corporator Praful Gudadhe. They have demanded that all the Kanak workers will be inducted by the new operators on the same earlier conditions.
As per sources, after the Kanakâ€™s tenure ends, the new operators AG Enviro Pvt Ltd and BVG Pvt Ltd will commence the garbage collection. Praful Gudhane, the corporator has said that the AG Enviro has asked the employees to submit a signed blank stamp paper before absorbing the Kanak employees. And the company is not inducting the 154 staffs who have crossed 50 years of age. He warned that if the new operators fail to induct existing employees of Kanak, Congress will prevent the garbage collection of the city.
Additional Municipal Commissioner Ram Joshi has assured him that they will take the issue positively and will ensure that the new operators should withdraw the conditions also the entire existing Kanak staff will be absorbed. He also added the Kanak employees will get their pending dues before November 15.
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