Puducherry, Nov 3 (UNI) Puducherry Chief Minister V Vaithilingam today said the administration would initiate stringent action against those who speak in favour of banned organisations.
Talking to newspersons after a cabinet meeting here, he said while the territorial administration was supportive to the sufferings of ethnic Tamils in Sri Lanka, it would not hesitate to take against those who attempt to divert the issue and resort to wrong campaign.
On the bus fare hike, Mr Vaithilingam said a decision would be taken at an appropriate time and added that several service matters were discussed in the cabinet meeting.
Stating that the administration would shortly issue the government order to implement the sixth pay commission recommednations to the teachers, the Chief Minister appealed to them to drop their agitation.
The joint action committee office-bearers began an indefinite fast today to press their demand.
The committee would resort to indefinite strike and struck work from November 15.
The Teachers association affiliated to the Puducherry State Governemnt employees central federation would strike work indefinitely from November five.
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