Kopar Khairane

The Manipur Government Implements the “No Work, No Pay” Rule for Employees Who Miss Work

<p>The government has chosen to take action against the rising absenteeism and implement the “no work, no pay” rule for its workers who are not showing up to work amid a two-month-long ethnic conflict in Manipur.</p>
<p>The General Administration Department (GAD) has been requested by the Biren Singh administration to provide information on state personnel who are unable to report for duty because to the current circumstances in the state.</p>
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In accordance with the meeting held on June 12 and the decision made at paragraph 5-(12) of the proceedings, all employees receiving salaries from the General Administration Department of the Manipur Secretariat are informed that “no work, no pay” may be applied to all employees who miss work without permission, according to a circular issued on Monday night by GAD Secretary Michael Achom.</p>
<p>The ruling might have an impact on up to 1 lakh government workers in Manipur.</p>
<p>The circular instructed all administrative secretaries to provide “details of employees such as designation, name, EIN, present address, to the General Administration Department and to the Personnel department, latest by June 28 in order to take appropriate necessary action” with regard to those who could not report to work due to the unrest.</p>
<p>In the continuing conflict between the Meitei and Kuki tribes in the northeastern state, more than 100 people have already died.</p>
<p>The Meitei community’s quest to be listed as a Scheduled Tribe (ST) led to the first clashes on May 3. In the hill areas, a “Tribal Solidarity March” was staged in opposition to the Meitei community’s petition for ST classification.</p>
<p>The majority of Meiteis, who make up around 53% of Manipur’s population, reside in the Imphal Valley. Another 40% of the population is made up of the Naga and Kuki tribes, who live in the hill areas.</p>

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