"All the 38 unions of the workers who are part of the Swatantra Mazdoor Vikas Sanyukt Morcha have decided to continue the stir even as the High Court asked us to think about ending it," said Sanjay Gehlot, president of the Sanyukt Morcha.
"We have been assured in the court that salaries of all the employees will be paid in a couple of days. The court also decided to take up our demands including payment of arrears on the next date of hearing on February 10," he said.
On the other hand, leaders of United Front of MCD Employees said that they have decided to suspend their strike for two days.

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"We have decided to suspend our strike till January 10 after which we will decide our next course of action," said Rajesh Mishra, president of the United Front.
"We were assured that January month salaries of all the employees will be paid in two days. The court also said that it will hear our demands of arrears payment and unification of three municipal corporations," general secretary of United Front Rajendra Mewati said.
Another outfit Delhi Pradesh Safai Karmchari Sangh also decided to continue its stir. "We will discuss the developments in our meeting and then take a decision after February 10, but presently we have decided to continue the stir" said Moolchand, president of the Karmchari Sangh.


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