Bharat Bandh on 8th January 2020 – 25 Crore people will join in an all-Indian strike for claim trade unions

Bharat Bandh on 8th January 2020 – 25 Crore people will join in an all-Indian strike for claim trade unions

Bharat Bandh on 8th January

Bharat Bandh: New Delhi – On 6th January 2020, Monday ten central trade unions said around 25 Crore people will participate in a nationwide strike to protest against the government’s “anti-people” policies on Wednesday.

We expect that the forthcoming National General Strike on Wednesday, the participation of all India United Trade Union Centers are AIUTUC, CITU, AITUC,  HMS, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF, UTUC, INTUC, and TUCC. Many more actions seeking reversal of the anti-people, anti-worker, anti-national policies of the Government,” the 10 United Trade Union Centers said in a joint statement as cited by PTI.

On January 2, 2020 meeting the Ministry of Labor has failed to assure on any of the demands of the workers. The attitude of the government is that of contempt towards labor as we construe from its policies and actions,” the statement added. The statement added by the government was contempt towards labor as we construe from its policies and actions.

In the strike, the elected office bearers of some universities and about 60 organizations of students have also decided to join with an agenda to raise voice against the commercialization of education and increased fee structure.

The trade unions condemned that the Jaipur National University violence and similar incidents on campuses of other universities and expressed their solidarity with teachers and students all over India.

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Since July 2015, No Indian Conference being held the unions also expressed displeasure over this codification of labor Laws and privatization of PSUs.

In private hands, 12 airports are already sold in 00 % sales and Air India is already taken the decision to sell Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL) taken the BSNL-MTNL merger and under the garb of VRS (voluntary retirement scheme) 93,600 telecom workers already thrown out of jobs.

In railways, the unions are also against the privatization, forced merger of banks and corporatization of 49 Defence production units.

In the joint platform of more than 175 farmers & agricultural workers, unions will extend its support to workers’ demands and decided to take part and observe January 8 as Gramin Bharat Bandh along with charter of demands.

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