Bank unions announce strike on November 26th to oppose Banks and labor unions formulate strategy

Banks and labor unions formulate strategy for strike called on 26th

All banks, except SBI, will remain closed in the strike on 26 November at the call of the Central Trade Union. While giving this information, DN Trivedi, joint secretary of All India Bank Officers Association, said that All India Bank Employees Association, All India Bank Officers Association, Bank Employees    Federation of India and United Forum of Grameen Bank Union have called for the bank management and the government to strike Has reported State Bank’s Union NCBE and Bharatiya Mazdoor Union’s Bank Union National Organization of Bank Officers have also given moral support to the strike. The strike notice stated that in addition to the general demands of the Central Trade Union, the bank unions withdrew the proposal of privatization of public sector banks, raising interest on deposits in banks, taking strict action to recover NPA loans from corporate houses. , Regularization of temporary personnel, ban on  outsourcing and immediate appointment to vacant posts have been demanded. On the other hand, to prepare for the strike, the trade union held a meeting at the CPI Male office at Harisabha Chowk on Monday. The speakers demanded  guarantee of employment, introduction of equal pay for equal work, honorarium of Rs 21,000 to ASHA, cook, Anganwadi workers and other scheme workers and the status of government worker. Male with District Secretary Krishnamohan, ACTU District Convenor Manoj Kumar Yadav, Cooks Union District Secretary  Parashuram Pathak, Virender Chaudhary. Kareem, Amod Paswan, Suresh Ram, Sulekha Devi, Chandeshwar Bhagat, Rajesh Ram and Umesh Das were included.

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