CITU national convention

Addressing the delegates in the five-day 15th National Convention being held here at Puri.

Published: 27th November 2016 02:36 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th November 2016 02:36 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

PURI : Centre of Indian trade unions (CITU) would intensify  fight against unemployment, undeclared financial emergency imposed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and communalism being promoted by RSS, said AK Padmanavan, CITU national president on Saturday. Addressing the delegates in the five-day 15th National Convention being held here at Puri.

General secretary of CITU and Member of Parliament Tapan Sen, State vice president Janardan Pati, general secretary K Hemalata, State general secretary Bishnu Mohanty and chairman of the reception committee Jagannath Patnaik attended. The speakers said appealed people to make the November 28 Akrosh Divas successful.

As many as 2,000 delegates, including 400 women activists hailing from 10,000 trade union units of the country participated. Manik Dey, a Minister from Tripura, N Kottiamma, Minister from Kerala, Shayamol Chakraborty former minister of WB and Elamaran Karim former minister of Kerala were present.

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