Over 20 Ceylon Petroleum Company (CPC) staff who didn’t report for obligation at the moment (29 March) have been despatched on obligatory go away, Minister of Energy and Power Kanchana Wijesekera mentioned.
Talking at a particular press convention held this morning on the Ministry’s premises in Colombo, the Minister acknowledged that over 20 CPC staff who didn’t report back to work at the moment had been despatched on obligatory go away, and have been banned from coming into the CPC premises.
The convention comes amidst a somewhat turbulent backdrop within the gas sector, with commerce union collectives of the Ceylon petroleum Company (CPC) having staged a Satyagraha on the morning of 27 March.
They later referred to as off the Satyagraha final afternoon (28 March), and determined to have interaction in a strike motion, withdrawing themselves from actions associated to the filling and distribution of gas.
The Minister then referred to as for the termination of staff and commerce union activists of each CPC and the Ceylon Petroleum Storage Terminal Ltd (CPSTL), within the occasion they disrupt the distribution of gas or hinder the work of different staff.
Wijesekera, the CPC and the Authorities have assured an uninterrupted provide of gas, including that there isn’t any scarcity of gas within the nation, and that distribution will proceed as regular.
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