Hind Mazdoor Sabha to launch a massive agitation against labourers' problems

They said the agitation was launched in months of October and November last year adding that Hind Mazdoor Sabha would launch a massive agitation at the national level, if necessary.

Published: 31st July 2018 06:16 PM  |   Last Updated: 31st July 2018 06:16 PM   |  A+A-

By UNI

AURANGABAD: Trade union Hind Mazdoor Sabha today announced to launch a massive agitation on the issue of problems being faced by labourers.

Hind Mazdoor Sabha secretary Nageshwar and joint coal wage agreement committee member Raghunandan Raghvan said here that countrywide awareness drive was presently on with the objective of protecting the interest of labourers.

They said the agitation was launched in months of October and November last year adding that Hind Mazdoor Sabha would launch a massive agitation at the national level, if necessary.

"Conspiracy was being hatched to deprive dependents of coal workers of jobs on the compensatory ground," they claimed.

Mr Raghvan said a drive had been launched among nearly seven lakh coal workers to frustrate the conspiracy and also ensure the continuation of the common weekly holiday in the coal industry.

He said conferences and meetings of coal workers were being regularly organised.

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