Anganwadi workers, helpers demand arrears, allowance

  • | Tuesday | 19th November, 2019

During the meeting, the representatives of the union informed the director about the long pending demands of anganwadi workers and helpers. The vacant posts of anganwadi workers and helpers would also be filled on priority. Notably, anganwadi workers have been holding demonstrations after regular intervals for the past over six months demanding payment of full honorarium — Rs 1,500 for the worker and Rs 900 for the helper. The demand for regularisation of jobs has been lying pending for decades and there are no retirement benefits for the anganwadi workers. There are more than 54,000 anganwadi workers and helpers in 22 districts of the state who have been rendering their services for decades now.

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