Thursday, July 15, 2010

Major trade unions call for strike on Sept 7

Gurudas Dasgupta

Nine major unions, counting day conference supported by INTUC had to request a nationwide beat in September alongside the seven prices and macroeconomic policies from the middle administration.

Congress requires the right to strike of workers in which managers and personnel of the INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, Tucci, AICCTU, UTUC and LPF opposition at this time.

BJP-backed Bhartiya Majdoor Sangh (BMS) has boycotted the meeting; it is not right away recognized.

"Intended for the first time in the past, all major Indian trade unions, counting INTUC together. We are primarily day strike price increase, cuts in wages, poverty and much of the financial policy of the management," Gurudas Dasgupta AITUC Secretary-General said at this time.

"This is the main ever strike by personnel in the country," he supposed.

Move come after a strike of 05.07 alongside the resistance parties rising fuel prices as major BJP and the Left, which disrupted normal life in the kingdom.

"If the administration makes no claim, unions step up the brawl a step forward and marched to assembly," said Dasgupta.

BMS did not contribute in the meeting Dasgupta, said: "We do not know. Ask them. We hope to contribute with us in the beat."

INTUC leader G Sanjeev Reddy said that unions are suffereing since "not working" board of director.

"Fundamental rights of workers and laws are not applied in the approved manner. Working poor suffer more from work and indenture work. Some provinces, which are not even, registered trade union Reprisal denying workers the industry exists. Unemployment increases day by day, Reddy alleged.

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