Strike of Indian labor union


Posted on 22nd May 2020 11:44 am by rohit kumar

*Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh* celebrated the protest day against the labor laws as amended by the state governments. On the call of the State General Secretary of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh Haryana, Hanuman Godara, the employees demanded that according to the decision of the Center, the government of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat all over the country to neutralize all labor laws for the next 3-4 years, including Haryana States to amend the Factory Act to increase the working hours from 8 to 12 hours, retrenchment of employees despite the guidelines of the Ministry of Home and Labor, non-payment of salary for the month of March, April, privatization of public sector institutions Performed in protest.

Union officials said that May 20 has been observed as a protest day to attract the attention of the central and state governments. All the activists performed at different places instead of gathering at one place in the city for the purpose of following the social distance.

Wednesday's performance at the Small Secretariat located at Sector 12 mainly featured RC Katoch, Shailesh Chaudhary, Neeraj Tyagi, Chattarsingh, Premsingh Rawat, Mahesh Yadav, Shivendra Pratap, Ashok Kumar, Ummed, Ranjith, Virendra Yadav, PC Ram, Narendra Chauhan , Babu Arya, Vijay Pandit etc. were present.

 

All employees union will speak tomorrow

In protest against the government's repressive policies on the call of Sirsa (Nis) Central Trade Unions and Employees' Federations, the Sarva Karyak Sangh will hold a protest demonstration on 22 May at the block and district level. After the demonstration, the union officials will submit their demands to the administrative authorities. In a joint statement, Union District Secretary Rajesh Bhakar, District Head Madanlal and Senior Deputy Principal Karni Singh Bhati said that millions of workers are stranded in other states during the Corona epidemic. These workers are on the verge of starving due to the collapse of work due to lockdown. The government should bring these laborers home to their states at their own expense. They should be provided ration and a monthly wage of Rs 7500, so that they can live without dying of hunger.

 

Trade union council's speech on DC office tomorrow

Faridabad (HP): The meeting of the Joint Trade Union Council Faridabad concluded today at AITUC office NIT Faridabad. It was presided over by the District Treasurer of AITUC, Vishambhar Singh. While the conductor of the council was conducted by Lal Babu Sharma. In the meeting, as part of the nationwide agitation on the call of the Central Trade Unions and the Federation, a plan was made on Friday to succeed the Halla Bol program to be held in front of the office of Deputy Commissioner Faridabad under the banner of the Joint Trade Union Council. The meeting was attended by RN Singh of AITUC, Virendra Singh Dangwal of CITU, Shiv Prasad, HMS, KRD Yadav, Virendra Chaudhary of INTUC, Jawaharlal of ICTU. Virendra Singh Dangwal of CITU said that during this period, a memorandum of 11-point demands will be submitted by various central trade unions to the Prime Minister of the country to the District Collector, Faridabad.

 

Labor union will submit memorandum to Deputy Commissioner tomorrow

Bhiwani (HP): On May 22, on the call of Building Construction and Workers Union (AITUC), Central Trade Union and State Employees Organization, the workers and workers will jointly send a memorandum to the President and Prime Minister through the District Deputy Commissioner. This information was given by AITUC state head Baldev Singh Ghanaghas in the office of Building Construction Workers Union on LIC Road on Wednesday. Of the district head addressing the laborers. Phool Singh Indora said that the representatives of all the unions will meet the District Deputy Commissioner on 21 May and will submit a memorandum regarding demands on 22 May. This program will be done wearing masks keeping all social distance due to Corona crisis.

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