Jamshedpur, March 7: With just a day left for the Tata Workers Union (TWU) poll, candidates are putting all their strength forward to make it big on the D-day.
From former presidents to the third front all seem pretty confident of a comfortable win this time around. Raghunath Pandey, former President of the Union who is vying for the post again seemed confident of a win ridding on his work done in his previous tenure.
Appreciating the pre-election preparation of the district administration, Pandey said, “Looking at the build up to the elections we hope the administration carries out the same till the polls conclude and we are hoping that the whole work is completed with full transparency which will keep the Anti social elements out of the poll”.
Talking to the media persons on Saturday, Pandey said,” I have not done any negative campaign against anyone and I am promoting myself on the work done in my previous tenure and hope the members shown confidence in me this time around”. Highlighting the work done in his tenure, Pandey further said, “During my stint as the President of TWU grade revision of 5 years was done compared to 6 years during PN Singh tenure.
During my stint arrears on allowance were also paid to the employees. We have always worked in the interest of workers but these days’ people are just hungry for post and give least attention to the workers.
If given a chance registered wards of Tata Steel will be given provided with a job as during my last tenure 400 people were given jobs.
We will also try to give homes to the employees of the company and also review the current six years grade revision done”.