Hurry up! Settle all your necessary Bank work within few hours: 2 day Bank Strike

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Business| If you have any necessary work in the bank, then settle them off within a few hours because this may cause difficulty for you in two days to come. In fact, on the next two days i.e., on January 8 and 9, some employees of the public sector banks will go on strike. Due to this strike, the work of banks is likely to be affected. In such a situation, the problem of people can increase. However, this will not affect the functioning of the private sector banks. Let us tell you that in December also the bank employees had strike. Because of this, the banks were closed for 5 days from the last 10 days of the last month.

This decision has been taken in support of the proposed strike on the call of 10 union labor organizations against the alleged anti-government policies of the government. IDBI Bank had told the Bombay Stock Exchange yesterday that the All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) and the Bank Employees Federation of India (BEFI) have informed the Indian Bank Association about the nationwide strike of eight and nine January.

Bank of Baroda has informed the Bombay Stock Exchange separately that due to AIBEA and BEFI strike on 8th and 9th January, due to strike in some areas, the functioning of branches and offices of banks can be affected. Ten central labor organizations Intake, Attock, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, AIFTTU, UTUC, TUCC, LPF and service also called for a nationwide strike on 8th and 9th January.

However, Ashwin Rana, Vice President of the Banking Union National Association of Bank Workers (NOBW) affiliated to the Indian Labor Union (BMS) said that BMS is not involved in this strike because it is a political strike. Therefore, other unions related to the NOBW will not be involved in the strike.

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