Circular/Letter

Press Statement

Central Trade Unions

Condemns the Govt for inflicting Miseries on the PeopleThrough Unprepared Demonitisation Calls Upon Trade Unions and Workers to Agitate and Protest

The joint meeting of the Central Trade Unions  held in INTUC Office at New Delhi on 22nd November 2016 expressed grave concern over the disaster on common peoples’ life owing to  current drive of demonitisation of Rs 500/- and Rs 1000/- currency notes in most irresponsible manner without adequate preparation by the Govt of India.

The Govt of India claimed the action of demonitisation has been for  curbing black money economy and corruption. The Central Trade Unions have also been demanding concrete and effective action against black-money which is being generated through evasion and non-payment of due taxes and various unfair business practices like over-invoicing and under-invoicing in trade and exchanges, speculative practices etc including depriving the workers and common people of their legitimate dues being carried on by the big-business and corporate houses, both domestic and foreign with active patronage of the Govt. The CTUOs also have demanded concrete action on recovering  of huge accumulation of black money created within the country and stashed in foreign banks and stringent exemplary punishment of the concerned offenders to which present Govt is commitment bound. Nothing has been done yet in that direction.  

Instead of that, sudden cancellation of 85% of the currency in circulation with effect from 8th November 2016 midnight and utter failure of the Govt to fill up the void created in respect of currency availability created disaster and unimaginable miseries in the life and livelihood of the common people enmasse. It has been causing irreparable loss of employment as well as earned wages to crores of working people mainly of unorganised sector workers, agricultural workers and daily earners; creating compulsion for farmers, mainly small, marginal and even middle level farmers to make distress sale of their produce for daily need of hard currency, creating problems for procuring essential agricultural inputs; affecting cooperative sector including and due to non-supply of currency notes to cooperative banks; non-availability of essential goods including food items to overwhelming majority of the poor and common people who depend on cash transaction for meeting their daily needs for survival and also non-accessibility to  healthcare and medicines to the ailing people. It has also been causing huge loss of livelihoods to self-employed street vendors, small traders and daily wagers who are integral part of the vast informal sector workforce in the country and also non-payment of wages to workers of small factories owing to currency problem.

Mass of the common people including women, old, disabled and sick persons are being subjected to severe harassment and intimidation while exchanging their own legitimate demonitised currency notes in banks while standing in long queue for days together and at other places and while withdrawing their own meagre savings from ATMs and banks.

It has also been causing unimaginable stress and long hours of work till midnight for the Bank employees attending the people in long queue for withdrawing/exchanging their own money and yet failing to satisfy them for no fault of theirs but owing to failure of the Govt to maintain of supply of currencies to banks.

Already 74 people including number of bank employees died during last twelve days’ ordeal owing to stress and strain in queue, for lack of appropriate and timely medical care-all due to non-availability of expendable currency in hand despite having white money either in banks or in demonitised form.

The irresponsible and unprepared action of the Govt on the plea of curbing black money has in essence held the lives and livelihood of workers, peasants and common people none of them are from black money community, to ransom.

The CTUOs condemns the insensitive, insulting comments and casual behaviour of the central ministers including the Prime Minister and the ruling party leaders on the sufferings of the people caused by the failed government on the plea of controlling black money, on which Supreme Court and the High Courts have also made critical comments. Prescription for using credit card and other forms of plastic currency to the suffering millions from the highest position of governance is cruel joke to their daily miseries, hunger and nightmare.

The CTUOs demand upon the Govt to allow the demonitised currency notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 to continue till the crisis is abated and arrangement is made to ensure adequate availability of new currency notes and ensure  appropriate compensation for those who died owing to this ordeal.

The CTUOs also called upon the workers and their trade unions irrespective of affiliations to stand by the suffering people and organise agitations throughout the country to raise their voice of protest against the miseries inflicted on them by a reckless and insensitive Government.

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 INTUC                        AITUC             HMS               CITU                           AIUTUC 

 TUCC             AICCTU          UTUC             LPF                 SEWA  

                                                                                               

 

 

 To

Hon’ble Prime Minister of India

New Delhi

Dear Sir,

The joint meeting of the Central Trade Unions  held in INTUC Office at New Delhi on 22nd November 2016 expressed grave concern over the disaster on common peoples’ life owing to  current drive of demonitisation of Rs 500/- and Rs 1000/- currency notes in most irresponsible manner without adequate preparation by the Govt of India.

The move of demonitisation is claimed to be for curbing black money economy and corruption. But in reality it has inflicted unimaginable miseries on the mass of the common people who all survive on white money only and are the real victim of black-money economy.

The Central Trade Unions have also been demanding concrete and effective action against black-money which is being generated through evasion and non-payment of due taxes and various unfair business practices like over-invoicing and under-invoicing in trade and exchanges, speculative practices etc including depriving the workers and common people of their legitimate dues being carried on by the big-business and corporate houses, both domestic and foreign. The CTUOs also have demanded concrete action on recovering huge accumulation of black money created within the country and stashed in foreign banks and stringent exemplary punishment of the concerned offenders to which present Govt is commitment bound. But nothing has been done yet in that direction. Rather, indulgence to continuing tax evasion by big business/corporate and also pilferage to national assets by the same community is reflected in huge accumulated direct tax dues every year on the one hand and equally huge loan default by them from the Nationalised Banks on the other.    

Instead of that, sudden cancellation of 85% of the currency in circulation with effect from 8th November 2016 midnight and utter failure of the Govt to fill up the void created in respect of currency availability created disaster and unimaginable miseries in the life and livelihood of the common people enmasse. It has been causing irreparable loss of employment as well as earned wages to crores of working people mainly of unorganised sector workers, agricultural workers and daily earners; creating compulsion for farmers, mainly small, marginal and even middle level farmers to make distress sale of their produce for daily need of hard currency, creating problems for procuring essential agricultural inputs; affecting cooperative sector including and due to non-supply of currency notes to cooperative banks; non-availability of essential goods including food items to overwhelming majority of the poor and common people who depend on cash transaction for meeting their daily needs for survival and also non-accessibility to  healthcare and medicines to the ailing people. It has also been causing huge loss of livelihoods to self-employed street vendors, small traders and daily wagers who are integral part of the vast informal sector workforce in the country and also non-payment of wages to workers of small factories owing to currency problem.

Mass of the common people including women, old, disabled and sick persons are being subjected to severe harassment and intimidation while exchanging their own legitimate demonitised currency notes in banks while standing in long queue for days together and at other places and while withdrawing their own meagre savings from ATMs and banks.

It has also been causing unimaginable stress and long hours of work till midnight for the Bank employees attending the people in long queue for withdrawing/exchanging their own money and yet failing to satisfy them for no fault of theirs but owing to failure of the Govt to maintain of supply of currencies to banks.

Already 74 people including number of bank employees died during last twelve days’ ordeal owing to stress and strain in queue, for lack of appropriate and timely medical care-all due to non-availability of expendable currency in hand despite having white money either in banks or in demonitised form. In essence, lives and livelihood of the common people have been held in ransom.

The CTUOs are shocked over the insensitive, insulting comments and casual behaviour of the central ministers and ruling party leaders on the sufferings of the people caused by the failed government on the plea of controlling black money, on which Supreme Court and the High Courts have also made critical comments. Prescription for using credit card and other forms of plastic currency to the suffering millions from the seat of governance is a cruel joke to their daily miseries, hunger and nightmare.

The CTUOs demand upon the Govt to allow the demonitised currency notes of Rs.500 and Rs.1000 to continue till the crisis is abated and arrangement is made to ensure adequate availability of new currency notes and ensure appropriate compensation for those who died owing to this ordeal.

Urging for urgent corrective actions as suggested above,

                                                                                                Yours sincerely,

 

 

INTUC                        AITUC                        HMS                CITU                           AIUTUC 

 TUCC                         AICCTU                      UTUC             LPF                             SEWA  

                                                                                               

 

 

HMS/DEL/         /2016                                                                                      November 12, 2016

The Chairman Cum Managing Director

B.H.E.L Corporate Office

Sub:- Agenda to be discussed in special session of BHEL Joint Committee 17-18 Nov. 2016 Bengaluru.

 Sir,

While Thanking you for proposing a special session of the Joint Committee on challenges being faced by the company and other corporate level issues concerning the workmen on 17-18 Nov. 2016 at Bengaluru, Hind Mazdoor Sabha would suggest that following issues   taken as agenda items in the meeting.

 v Payment of special incentive/Bonus which is already delayed.

v Appointment on compassionate ground a uniform policy be finalized.

v Wage revision is due w.e.f 1.1.2017 process to be started.

v Universal policy for transfer on request be finalized also on humanitarian ground. 

v New policy be formulated to give option to the servicing employees for getting retirement on request after completing 50 years age and 20 years regular service. In liew of that the unemployed ward would be given employment in the company as per their qualification. This policy in the name of LARGESE i.e liberalized agreed retirement and guaranteed employment for “Service Employees” was accepted and implemented in Indian Railways on the demand of Railway employees union. Original scheme and related papers have already been forwarded to BHEL corporate Management for consideration. 

v Work should be assigned to all workers as per their efficiency it’s the responsibility of the Management.

v Election of Joint Committee of BHEL Vishakhapatnam unit.

v  

PENDING ISSUES:

v T.S.W appointed on or after 1.1.2009 getting Rs. 11000/- where as those appointed prior to 1.1.2009 are getting Rs. 5500/-. This discrepancy has been brought to the notice of the Management earlier also, it should be removed.    

v Payment of Arrears to those who have completed 2½ year D.R and later got notional payment for one year.

v Change of Designation, artizens which was agreed but not done so far.

v Issue of Welding Allowance.

v Regularization of contract workers was agreed in the meeting held at Nagpur on 11.09.2010. No progress. On the contrary deployment of contract workers on perennial nature of work on increase.

 CURRENT ISSUES:

v Discussion on “fortunes of the company” as explained by CMD in point No. 3,4 at Page No 3-4. Supplemented by the Director H.R under point 8 and 13 at Page 6 of Minutes of the meeting of Joint Committee of BHEL held at New Delhi on 15th Sept. 2016.

v It is learnt that company has paid 20% dividend to it’s share holders but hesitates in payment of Bonus to it’s workers who contributed their level best to attain the present position.

v Letter No.AAHR:LHI dt. 14th October 2016 regarding encashment of HPL be reviewed.

v BHEL Jhansi was all set to manufacture 200 Locomotives but now India Railways orders were placed to foreign companies.

v After election Plant councils and other committees are not formed at BHEL Jagdishpur by the Management.

v It was reported that because of chilling plant not working properly ICE worth Rs. 5000/- per day was purchased in BHEL Jagdishpur unit to test insulators. This wasteful expenditure may be adding to financial crisis with no fault of workers. The matter reported to H.Q but no action taken up to till now.

v Due to shortage of Heaters the quality of Transformer adversely affected in BHEL, Jhansi again for no fault of workers matter already reported to Corporate Office but no action has been taken.

v In Jhansi Unit approximately 2000 contract workers are employed even then off loading of work is done (again no involvement of workers). It adds to the cost, due to wrong planning.

v It is reported that because of shortage of cement, work had to be stopped for months together. Old substandard cement was used. When protested by workers the company supplying cement was changed in Jagdishpur Unit (Matter already brought to the notice of Corporate Office). Such actions on part of local management do hamper the overall performance of the Company (with no involvement of workers).

v It is reported from Jagdishpur Unit that some surplus uniforms for the last year were sold by the Management to employees ignoring rules in this regard.

In the same Unit rejection of insulators because of chipping has gone to approximately 30%  

v  BHEL Goindwal Sahib, Punjab Unit is located in the area where most of the workers are Gurumukhi knowing with working knowledge of Hindi. While posting Senior Official it should be ensured that they may understand and interact in Hindi/Gurumukhi – otherwise it leads to communication gap. The matter has been brought to the notice of Corporate Office.

v Lot of expenditure is incurred in procuring gases in cylinders from outside agencies and there are chances of corruption earlier these gases were produced in house in Hyderabad unit. The same may be reintroduced.

v All sub-committees should immediate be constituted. 

v 100% D.A should be merged in pay.

v 20% HRA be given to employees of BHEL Haridwar unit as the city has been upgraded and circulated by the Government.

v Recruitment for technical and non technical post should be done.

v Ratio of engineer, supervisor, employee should 1:4:100

v New recruitment should be done on vacant post against those retired w.e.f April 2012 up to till now.

v All entitled applicants of Vth Phase be given land

v Doctors and Para medical staff should be appointed in BHEL Haridwar Hospital.

v In cashment of earned leave be calculated on the basis of 26th days and not on 30th days.

v New incentive scheme for all workers be introduced to increase production.

v The cap for Medical dependency be raised to Rs. 15000/- per month.

v Ban on sports in all units be lifted to encourage workers. 

v Unilateral anti worker amendments in CDA Rule 1975 such as compulsory Retirement, termination of service due to long illness (6 or more months) be withdrawn.

v Employment of contract workers on permanent nature of work be stopped, contract worker should be regularized and till their regularization they should be given pay, allowances and other benefits at par with regular employees specially in the light of recent Hon’ble Supreme Court Judgement.     

Rudrapur :-

v Shri Praveen Kumar Pandey be transferred from Navi Nagar site to any department at BHEL Rudrapur plant.

v Company residences New LIG flats 285 should immediately be allotted to the eligible employees.

v School Bus has been withdrawn w.e.f 15 Nov. 2016 should be restarted. It’s withdrawal is in human. 

v Empanelment of Doctors be done with in Rudrapur treatment for BHEL workers and their family. 

v The charge sheet given to Nitin Hirway be withdrawn.

v More than 6 months have passed no facility to recognize union has been given at Rudrapur.

v Pending major Penalty charge-sheet against the employees of BHEL Haridwar on the charges of violence on 1 Day strike 2nd Sept. 2015 be withdrawn. 

You are requested to discuss the above issues in the special session as these concern workers and a decision at Corporate Office will expedite the implementation.

 With regards,                                                                                                     yours sincerely

 Harbhajan Singh Sidhu

General Secretary

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September 16, 2016

All HMS affiliates of BHEL

Sub:  Plant Performance Payment for the year 2015-16

Dear Comrades,

Joint Committee Meeting of BHEL was held on 15th September, 2016 at New Delhi wherein the issue of Plant Performance Payment for the year 2015-16 was discussed.

On the outset the Management proposed “Holiday” for Plant Performance Payment linking turn over to Budget depicting poor financial picture as it recorded decline of 17%.

Management’s view was contested by the workers representatives. The Management came forward with a proposal of Rs.5000/- as lump sum payment. After detailed discussions the Management agreed to make an adhoc payment of Rs.15,000/- (Rupees Fifteen Thousand only) for the year 2015-16. Comrade Harbhajan Singh Sidhu, General Secretary, Hind Mazdoor Sabha played vital role in convincing the Management for payment.

With greetings,

Yours Sincerely,

Harbhajan Singh Sidhu

General Secretary

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All MEMBERS OF THE

HMS WORKING COMMITTEE,

PERMANENT AND SPECIAL INVITEES,

GENERAL SECRETARIES OF HMS

STATE COUNCILS AND INDUSTRIAL FEDERATIONS

 

 

Sub: National Convention of workers at New Delhi – 30th March 2016

 

Dear Comrades,

 

As you are aware that all Central Trade Unions have decided to hold a National Convention of workers on 30th March, 2016 in Mavlankar Hall, V.P.House, Rafi Marg New Delhi from 10A.M to 4 P.M. as communicated by our circular No. 5 dated 3.3.2016. All HMS affiliates and National Federations General Secretaries/Presidents are requested to make it convenient to attend the same with important office bearers.

 

Joint  Declaration to be adopted in the convention is also attached.

 

You are requested to reach the venue by 10 A.M sharp.

 

With greetings,

 

Encl: as above

 

Yours comradely,

 

Harbhajan Singh Sidhu

General Secretary

 

NATIONAL CONVENTION OF WORKERS

MAVLANKAR HALL, NEW DELHI: 30th March 2016

 

DECLARATION

 

This National Convention of Workers organized by the Joint Platform of the Central Trade Unions (CTU) of the country along with Independent National Federations of employees of different Industries and Services congratulates the workers for the resounding historical success of the strike on 2nd September 2015 and also for their huge participation in the countrywide National Protest Day on 10th March 2016. This massive unity of the working people in the joint actions has to be further widened and strengthened in the process of struggle against the anti-worker, anti-people policies of Governments.

 

The Convention notes that attitude of the Govt is profoundly negative and hugely challenging to the working class. Despite readiness expressed by the CTUs through joint letter to the Govt after the 2nd September 2015 strike for commencement of  dialogue on the 12 point charter of demands (CoD), the Govt did not respond at all thus arrogantly ignoring the message of such a huge strike by crores of workers pressing for their demands unanimously formulated by all the CTUs. The issues in the CoD relate to basic interest of the country’s economy and also issues concerning the livelihood of the toiling people of both organised and unorganized sectors including the scheme workers.

 

The Govt has not taken any meaningful step to curb price rise of essential necessities  and to generate employment except making tall baseless claims through sound-bites in the media. Instead of universalising public distribution system, the Govt is trying to scuttle it through the inherently anti-poor targeting mechanism called ‘Direct Benefit Transfer’ resulting further exclusion of the common and needy people. The huge dose of additional duty on diesel, doubling of cess on coal, and increase in indirect taxes in the latest Budget (2016-17) and the recent increase in prices of all petro products are bound to fuel further spiralling rise in prices of daily necessities.

The Govt is mysteriously silent on the question of retrieving the black-money stashed abroad. This Govt is equally unconcerned on recovering the Rs 4.04 lakh crore of Bad Debts, euphemistically called Non-Performing Assets (NPA) of Public Sector Banks and almost similar amount on account of unpaid direct tax. Rather in the Union Budget, it allowed further relaxations to both loan defaulters and tax-defaulters. And at the same time, the common and marginal people are being strangulated through huge increase in the burden of indirect tax and cut in allocations on social sectors etc. 

Whole range of social security measures are under severe attack. The EPF and the ESI schemes are proposed to be made optional by the Govt to pave the way for their ultimate demolition. Post 2004 entrants in govt services, defence, railways etc have been subjected to notorious new pension scheme. And for the vast unorganized sector workers, old schemes are being repackaged and renamed, without providing for funds and implementation-machinery to just befool the people.

 

Although the Government had to roll back their retrograde budget proposal to tax the EPF withdrawal, they have launched  atrocious attack of drastic cut in interest rate on small savings instruments like PPF,  Postal saving deposits, Girl Child savings scheme, Sukanya Samridhhi Yojana, Kisan Vikash Patra, National Savings Certificate and even senior citizens’ deposit schemes and monthly income scheme. This retrograde move would hit the common and marginal people very hard, more particularly those living on interest income only after retirement.

 

Totally ignoring the united opposition of the workers, the Government has been moving fast to demolish existing labour laws thereby empowering the employers with unfettered rights to “hire and fire” and stripping the workers and trade unions of all their rights and protection provided in laws. As follow up to the PMO’s written communication to the Chief Secretaries of States, state governments are being directed to carry out Rajasthan type pro-management amendments in labour laws. The Labour Secretary, Govt of India has issued executive order on this 12th January granting exemption to so called Start-up Enterprises from inspection and application of 9 major labor laws, thereby legitimizing violations.

 

The proposed Small Factories (Regulations of Service conditions) Bill prescribes that major 14 labour laws will not apply to factories employing up to 40 workers.  Labour Code on Wages Bill and Labour Code on Industrial Relations Bill under the cover of amalgamation, seek to make registration of unions almost impossible, making retrenchment and closure almost free for the employers class. These bills have been put in public domain totally ignoring the trade unionsthereby violating the provisions of ILO Convention 144 on Tripartite Consultation. All these amendments are meant to exclude 90% of the workforce from application of labour laws thereby allowing the employers to further squeeze and exploit the workers. All rights-components in all the labour laws are being demolished to impose conditions of slavery on the working people. Simultaneously, almost in all the states, the work-place level struggles of the workers are being sought to be crushed through repression including intimidation and arrests by the Govt machinery as is being nakedly visible in Rajasthan, Haryana, Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat etc in recent times.

 

Along with, the Peasantry and Agri Labourers are also under severe attack. Through sweeping changes in the Land Acquisition Act, Farmers’ Right to Land and Agri-Workers’ Right to Livelihood were sought to be drastically curbed, which ultimately could be stalled temporarily through popular struggles but the danger still remains.

 

Attack on public sector has been pushed to unprecedented height. Not merely disinvestment, the Govt will now go for ‘mega strategic sale’. The main target is the Maharatna CPSUs and those amongst the top profit making CPSUs including banks/insurance. The ownership control and management of our shinning CPSUs are being sought to be handed over to the private corporates, both domestic & foreign. Along with, almost unlimited FDI is allowed in strategic sectors like Railways, Defence and Financial Sector as complementary to the move of privatization/PPP etc.

 

The anti-worker and authoritarian attitude of the Government is also nakedly reflected in their refusal to implement the consensus recommendations of 43rd, 44th and 45th Indian Labour Conferences on formulation of minimum wages, same wage and benefits as regular workers for the contract workers and granting status of workers with attendant benefits to the scheme workers like anganwadi, mid-day-meal, ASHA, para-teachers etc. On the contrary, the Govt drastically curtailed budget allocations to all those centrally sponsored schemes meant for poor peoples’ welfare. The legislation on the issue of Street Vendors is not being implemented appropriately.

 

The convention reiterates the demand for strict implementation of labour laws and a total scrap of its proposals of so called “labour law-reforms”, halting mass scale unlawful contractorisation, minimum wages  at not less than Rs 18000 per month with indexation and universal social security benefits and pension for all including the unorganized sector workers, etc. The demands also include compulsory registration of Trade Unions within 45 days and ratification of ILO Conventions 87 and 98.

 

The Convention urges the Govt. to reverse the direction of the ongoing economic policy regime which has landed the entire national economy in distress and decline affecting the working people the most. The Convention also extends support to the struggles of the govt employees, Railways and defence sector employees, bank & insurance employees, coal, telecom and transport sector employees etc on their just demands and against the policy regime.

 

The Convention calls upon all the trade unions, federations across the sectors to widen and consolidate the unity at the grass-root level and prepare for countrywide united movement and observe the following programme of agitation and action: 

 

1)            Joint conventions and campaigns during June-July 2016 in states, districts and at industry level and take initiative to involve peasants, agri labour and mass of the people in the campaign 

 

2)            Day-long ‘Mass Dharna/Satyagraha in the Capital of the States and Industrial Centres preferably on the auspicious day of 9th August 2016 (Quit India Day) in preparation for the Strike

 

3)            ALL INDIA GENERAL STRIKE ON 2ND SEPTEMBER 2016

               

The Convention once again expresses its readiness for arriving at an acceptable settlement to the 12 points Charter of Demands through discussion with the Government. Effective implementation forthwith the consensus recommendations of successive Indian Labour Conferences on minimum wage, on contract workers and the Scheme workers is crucial for the CTUs to prepare for dialogue with the Government.

 

The National Convention of Workers calls upon the trade unions and working people irrespective of affiliations to unite and make the countrywide General Strike a massive success.  Unity of working people and masses have to be defended and strengthened through the process of struggles only.Convention also appeals to the Peasants, Agriculture Labour and the rural and urban toiling people to support and participate in the strike on 2nd September 2016.

 

INTUC                    AITUC                  HMS                   CITU                    AIUTUC

 

TUCC                             SEWA                   AICCTU                UTUC                    LPF

AND ALL INDIA FEDERATIONS OF BANKS, INSURANCE, DEFENCE, RAILWAYS, CENTRAL/STATE GOVERNMENTS EMPLOYEES AND OTHER SERVICE ESTABLISHMENTS

 

STATEMENT                                                                                    Dated 16.3.2016

 

CENTRAL TRADE UNIONS CONDEMN RAJASTHAN OVT. INACTION IN NOT GETTING THE LOCKOUT LIFTED IN HONDA MOTORCYCLE UNIT IN TOPPUKHERA

 

About our thousand regular and contract workers of Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India Pt. Ltd. Unit in Tappukhera (Rajasthan) have been locked out since 16th February, 2016 when the police lathicharged and threw out morning shifts workers and did not allow workers of subsequent shift to join their duties. Several workers were seriously injured. Police fabricated three FIRs against more than 50 workers charging them under Sections 307 and other sections of IPC.

 

The unit remains locked out for a month but neither the State Govt. nor its Labour Department has cared to intervene in resolving the issues. The workers for the last 8 months are struggling to get their union registered but the State Govt. under pressure from the HMSI management is not allowing registration of the union.

 

The Central Trade Unions condemn the anti worker attitude of the State Govt. and the Japanese company.

 

The Central Trade Unions while expressing solidarity with HMSI workers appeals to its affiliates to stand up with their cause. They also call upon the Rajasthan Govt. to intervene effectively for bringing normalcy, vacating the victimization of trade union activists and allow workers to exercise their right to form their union.

 

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