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Visakhapatnam, April 15, 2007
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The Indian National Metal Workers Federation (INMWF) at its working committee meeting held at New Delhi appealed the Central Government to strengthen the National Joint Committee for Steel Industry to protect salary an other monetary benefits of those working in the Steel Plants.
According to a press release issued by Visakha Steel Employees' Congress General Secretary Mantri Rajasekhar, the meeting also sought wage revision to be made every five years instead of ten years, perks to be exempted from tax, ceiling on bonus to be removed, equal pay for equal work principle to be made applicable to contract laborers and iron ore exports to be stopped.
The Chairman of INMWF G. Sanjeeva Reddy urged the Central Government to take appropriate measures to promote domestic steel manufacturers while giving due priority to foreign investors.
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