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VSP staff to get wage arrears for three years

Our Bureau

Visakhapatnam , June 11

THE employees of Rashtriya Ispat Nigam Ltd (Visakhapatnam Steel Plant) will get wage arrears for three years and a decision to the effect was taken on Friday in New Delhi.

According to a statement issued by the President of Visakha Steel Employees' Union, Mr. P. Trinadha Rao, here on Friday, the National Joint Committee on Steel Industry had met in New Delhi and after protracted discussions it was agreed to release the arrears for 1997,1998 and 1999.

The union leader thanked the Union Steel Minister, Mr Ram Vilas Paswan, for the decision and settling the long-pending demand of the staff.

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