The indefinite strike by revenue employees is likely to end with chief minister Prithviraj Chavan agreeing to discuss their demands. Chavan will be meeting the leaders of revenue employees’ union in Mumbai on Tuesday.
The work at district collectorate and state government offices remained affected as the strike entered its fourth day on Monday. The revenue employees had launched the indefinite strike from Friday to attract the attention of the government towards their pending demands. Their main demands include promotions for various posts as well as regularisation of contract and casual labourers.
Maharashtra Rajya Mahasool Karmachari Sanghatana president Laxmikant Pacharane claimed that the indefinite strike was successful all over the state. Pacharne told the media on Monday that Chavan has invited the union leaders for a discussion in Mumbai on Tuesday.