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Thursday, January 09, 2020

Federation of Ministerial Service Association UP led a march on call of Bharat Bandh

By on Thursday, January 09, 2020

Kshitiz Kant; Lucknow
Congress has backed the called Bharat Bandh by the several Labours’ Unions on Wednesday. Even he alleged that the Narendra Modi government is making the Public Sector Units unhealthy. In his tweet he said, “Modi-Shah government has created the awful unemployment under the anti-public and anti-labours policies. The PSU companies are being weakened so that these companies could be termed salable to their crony friends.” He added, “I salaam those 25 crores working class who called Bharat Bandh in this protest.”
Against the policies of Modi government the main labours’ unions of the country INTUC,SEVA AITUC,HMS,AIUTUC AICCTU, LPF and UTUC called on a strike all over the country on Wednesday. There was a hope of 25 crore labours to be in this strike. Going on agitation of the Left and the Congress supporters with the labours’ unions there was reports of the rail and the road trafficing hindrance from the different parts of West Bengal. Many supporters of this strike marched on road several parts of the state. They gathered on rail track too to stop the rail traffic.
The labours unions alleged that the government through the new relation code bill is abridging their rights by bringing changes in the labour laws. The different provisions have made tough of going on the strike in the industrial institutions while the dismissal from the services is easy. The present system of labours is going to be ended as a whole on the name labour code.
The labours unions demands that the unemployment to be  end; the social security to be assured; every labours minimum wages to be sure Rs21000. The unions are opposing the privatization of insurance, defence, petroleum and the railway.

National Vice President, SP Singh from UP Rajya Karmchari Mahasangh,  State President from UP Rajya Karmchari Mahasangh, Kamlesh Misra, and the District President Lucknow UP federation of Ministerial Service Associations, Narendra Pratap Singh,  have led the protest march in support of called Bharat Bandh by the Labours' Unions.
The employees of  the different ministerial service associations participated in the march from Shaheed Smarak park to the office of Distrct Magistrate Lucknow afternoon this week.
 Mr Kamleh Mishra told the media person that the protest march was scheduled first to reach at LIC building  Hajaratganj Lucknow, but the district administration and the Occupier of LIC building both did not allow the gathering inside the campus, so the march ended at DM office Lucknow.
By protesting employees and the leaders have handed over the memorandum to the DM Lucknow addressed to the Prime Minister. the contents of this memorandum contains the 14 points employees' demands.