8-hour water board protest tomorrow: Union | Sri Lanka News

The Water Supply Professionals Trade Union Alliance (WSPTUA) has decided to continue with their trade union action on March 23 because they have not received solutions to their demands.

The union convenor, Upali Rathnayake, said that they had engaged in a token strike on March 13 but did not receive an acceptable response from the responsible authorities.

Therefore, the WSPTUA has decided to engage in their eight-hour trade union action, refraining from all duties at offices and workstations from 9 a.m. tomorrow.

During the strike, employees will withdraw from all consumer services and cashier activities.

Considering the inconvenience caused to the people, all pump houses are operating. There will be no breakdown repairs, and that will cause disruption of the water supply in certain areas.

While issuing a notice, the WSPTUA requested all the Western Province employees to gather in front of the Water Supply Ministry, Pelawatta, at noon tomorrow. 

The protest will be conducted at all district water supply board offices in Anuradhapura, Kandy, Matara, Badulla, Ratnapura, Monaragala, and Vavunia. (Chaturanga Pradeep Samarawickrama)

( Information from dailymirror.lk was used in this report. ALL RESPECT GOES TO ORIGINAL WRITER OF THIS ARTICLE. | Also if you have any problem of this article or if you need to remove this articles, please email here and we will delete this immediately. [email protected] )

Share to...