General News of Tuesday, 9 April 2013
XYZ News can confirm that the Judicial Workers Association has decided to put on hold their intended strike.
Workers of the Judicial Service decided to strike on Tuesday but at a crunch meeting held today; it is reported that some influential government officials intervened to appeal to the workers to put their intended strike on hold.
The Judicial Service has however given government a three day ultimatum to address their grievances or will proceed on strike.
They will however clad in red clothes to work till the three day ultimatum elapses or government intervenes before the deadline.
Workers of the Judicial Service planned to declare an indefinite strike over their unpaid allowances which they say have delayed for the past two years.