KARACHI ( Tuesday, July 26, 2011) : The conflict between the administration of Karachi Electric Supply Company (KESC) and labour union has finally come to an end when both the parties signed a written agreement here in Governor House early on Tuesday after 14-hours of moot, Geo News reported.
KESC administration and labour union signed the written agreement during a meeting with the Governor Ishratul Ebad held here, Commissioner Muhammad Hussain said.
According to the agreement, KESC administration would implement the verdict of Sindh High Court. Posts of sacked employees have been dissolved, however, employees who will be coming to work will mark their attendance and will not be sacked forcefully.
Commissioner Karachi Muhammad Hussain said that sacked employees would be paid salaries of three months before the month of Ramazan. KESC would pay salaries under Voluntary Separation Scheme (VSS).
He said that under the agreement no employee would be forcefully sacked.
Muhammad Hussain said that all employees who had been sent in surplus polls would be adjusted in various sectors according to their proficiency.
All offices of KESC would remain opened on Tuesday, the Commissioner added. On the other hand, the labour union has vowed to resolve citizens’ issues within 24-hours.