Bank Strike: Banking services across the country may be disrupted today, 10 central trade unions called strike, employees of banks are also participating

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Bank Strike Banking services across the country may remain affected on Thursday. That is because four lakh employees of various government private and some foreign banks are participating in the one-day nationwide strike called by the central trade unions.


Banking services across the country may remain affected on Thursday. That is because four lakh employees of various government, private, and some foreign banks are participating in the one-day nationwide strike called by the central trade unions. Ten central trade unions, except the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, called a one-day strike on Thursday to protest against various government policies.


Central trade unions said on Tuesday that preparations for a nationwide general strike on November 26 are in full swing. Ten Central Trade Unions' Indian National Trade Union Congress (INTUC), All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), Hind Mazdoor Sabha (HMS), Center for Indian Trade Unions (CITU), All India United Trade Union Center (AIUTUC), Trade A joint forum of the Union Co-Ordination Center (TUCC), Self-Employed Women's Association (Services), All India Central Council of Trade Unions (AICCTU), Labor Progressive Federation (LPF) and United Trade Union Congress (UTUC) Joint statement issued.

The All India Bank Employees Union (AIBEA) has announced the union trade unions to join a nationwide general strike on 26 November. The strike has been called against the anti-labor policies of the central government.

The joint forum also includes independent federations and organizations. The Joint Forum said, "Preparations are in full swing for the all-India strike of 26 November. We expect more than 25 crore workers to participate in the strike this time. ”Meanwhile, the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), belonging to the BJP, has clarified that it will not participate in the strike.

In a statement released on Tuesday, BMS said, "It is clarified that BMS and its units will not participate in the politically motivated strike on 26 November 2020." A joint correspondent organized by representatives of ten central trade unions held here The conference expressed satisfaction about the preparations for a nationwide general strike on 26 November 2020. Several independent federations and associations of central and state government employees and public sector enterprises have also given notice of the strike on that day.