UP employees’ quota stir rages
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Lakhs of government employees in UP on Saturday took out rallies and staged sit-ins against a Bill to provide reservation to SCs and STs in job promotions.
The agitation by over 18 lakh employees, spearheaded by Sarvjan Hitai Sanrakshan Samiti, crippling work in offices across UP.
Calling the step unconstitutional, the protesting employees shouted slogans against the Congress and the BJP. Samiti chief Shailendra Dubey said the employees marched from their respective offices in the state capital accusing political parties of playing politics of vote.
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