Bhubaneswar, November 24 (Odisha.in) Retrenched employees of the state owned Kalinga studio on Friday took to street demanding reinstatement.
The Employees’ union alleged that the authorities without following the procedure of law as well as the state government policies have retrenched them.
Meanwhile, the employees union led by president Naba Mohanty general secretary Suren Bihari Dash met the Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik and Industry and Law Minister Biswa Bhusan Harichandan urged their intervention.
They also a submitted a five-point charter of demands to Chief Minister Patnaik and Minister Harichandan demanding to withdraw the order of retrenchment immediately.
According to earlier announcement of Chief Minister and Law Minister, the service condition of the studio employees to be remain unchanged. “We have urged the Chief Minister and Industry Minister to review the past order of the Managing Director .
He further demanded an inquiry to be made for the cause of the loss of the studio and necessary action may be taken against the concerned officials.
Union also demanded that the state government should direct the studio management to arrange a joint meeting with the representative of the employees’ union and discuss various issues