INTUC to be on nation wide Protest


INTUC to be on nation wide Protest

The decision of Nation wide protest on 28th February rolls out from the 159th Board Meeting of INTUC (Indian National Trade Union Congress). The root cause of protest is to support the number of demands placed by INTUC.

 
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INTUC to be on nation wide Protest

The decision of Nation wide protest on 28th February rolls out from the 159th Board Meeting of INTUC (Indian National Trade Union Congress). The root cause of protest is to support the number of demands placed by INTUC.

Dr. G. Sanjeev Reddy, President INTUC stated the following demands:

– Every laborer should get Rs. 10,000 monthly.

– Bonus to laborers should be increased instead of ceiling it.

– Pension scheme should remain the same, with increased gratuity.

– Labor law should be followed.

– Disinvestment in public industries should be stopped.

– Permanent works should not be given on Contract basis.

– Social Security measures for disunited labor.

– Problems related to Social and Personal areas of laborers should be solved at the State   level.

He added that these demands are already on the official’s desk from a long time, but there is no attention being paid by the Government. He pointed out the goal of INTUC is to work for the social and economic upbringing of laborers.

“Rajasthan INTUC will follow the path laid by Dr. Reddy and we favor every decision coming from his end”, says Guman Singh, President INTUC (Rajasthan). Workshops are now being organized in every possible area, and the results from those will then be forwarded to Labor Department.

State Administrative President, Jagdish Shrimali explained how they are working hard to establish links and strengthen the bond with laborers in public and disunited areas. He also asked Dr. Reddy to give them a green signal to enroll new personnel in place of inactive ones in the union.

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