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Kerala employees withdraw strike

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, March 9

THE Kerala Government employees and teachers have withdrawn their indefinite strike with the Government agreeing to marginally restore a couple of benefits.

The decision by the employees followed talks between the leaders of various unions and the Government led by the Chief Minister, Mr. A.K. Antony, here on Saturday.

As per the settlement, the Government agreed to reduce by half the cut made in pension commutation as part of its cost-cutting drive.

Also, the proposal to halve the salary of surplus teachers has been deferred till June.

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