New Delhi | Bank Strike: The United Front of Central Trade Unions has called for a nationwide bandh today and tomorrow (28-29 March) against the policies of the Central Government. Banks may remain closed for two days due to Bharat Bandh. Due to which the customers of the bank may also have to face many difficulties for two days.
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That’s why banks will remain closed
Bank Strike: In protest against government decisions including privatization of banks, Labor Code, National Monetization Pipeline (NMP), extension of wage allocation days under MGNREGA and regularization of contract workers, various trade unions have called for closure of banks. has been announced.
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Bank closed for four consecutive days
With this strike, banks have been closed for four consecutive days. In fact, on March 26 and 27, due to being Saturday and Sunday, the bank remained closed and now due to the strike, the bank will not work for two days.
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20 crore workers and laborers will be involved
According to Amarjeet Kaur, general secretary of the All Indian Trade Union Congress, about 200 million workers and laborers across the country will formally or informally participate in the Bharat Bandh. According to the All India Trade Union, the employees of roadways, transport and electricity departments will also participate in the bandh.
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Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh told politically motivated
On the other hand, the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh has refused to support the two-day bank strike. Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh says that this Bharat Bandh is motivated by politics and its purpose is to make political gains.
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These areas can also be affected
Apart from this, other sectors including coal, steel, oil, telecom, postal, income tax, copper, banks and insurance sectors can also be affected.