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Greater Mizoram Issue and Tripura

September 13, 1986 and hence to their struggle, They consider the engineers to be a privileged section, which is largely true. No section of the organised trade unions has yet come out in support of the struggle. There is no apparent impact of the cease-work, though it is understood that work in many government departments like PWD, etc, has come to a standstill. It is reported that the cease-work has affected the public utility services and on-going developmental work. A large number of blood bottles in the central blood bank have been spoiled as a result of breakdown of the air-conditioning plant. Work on roads and overbridges at different places has come to a standstill. All planning, investigation, survey, design, etc, having a direct bearing on annual developmental works programme, have been stopped.

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