The Water Supply Trade Union Alliance (WSTUA) has decided to launch a trade union action tomorrow (April 04) as they have not received solutions to their demands.
The union convenor Upali Rathnayake said that they had launched a token strike on March 13 but had not receive any acceptable response from the relevant authorities.
Hence, the WSTUA had decided to engage in a 24-hour trade union action on March 23 as well, refraining from all duties at offices and workstations.
“We gathered in front of the ministry and handed over a memorandum to the minister. However we are yet to receive any response for a discussion about our requests from the ministry or the chairman,” Rathnayake added.
“However, we had a brief discussion today with the General Manager of the Water Board, but it was unsuccessful,” he said. (Chaturanga Pradeep Samarawickrama)
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