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Vigil by technical staff of DD, AIR

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The engineering employees of Doordarshan and All India Radio (AIR) staged a vigil in front of their respective offices as apart of a countrywide action in protest against what they described was unilateral and compulsory deputation to Prasar Bharati sought to be enforced on them.

A spokesman for the employees said that the decision on deputation was sought to be implemented without protecting the benefits being currently enjoyed by them nor reaching an agreement on the salary or service conditions.

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