It may be noted that there are about eight factories near the Krishnapatnam Port. Such incidents have made the local populace worry about their safety.
Renewing the old demand to set up an MCH by ESIC at Rourkela, he said till such time the MH should be upgraded to 250 beds and as an immediate need.
On Monday, Satheesan alleged that the state government was trying to create pressure so that the KSRTC can be shut down.
The government has asked KSRTC to find additional amount required for salary from its own sources.
The votes will be counted at the Regional Joint Labour Commissioner office in Ernakulam on Saturday.
On Monday the Chairman had issued an order banning the siege.
Thirty-five of the 3,500 employees affiliated to the union took part in the protest on the first day.
Stir comes close on heels of CM’s plea urging trade unions to correct undesirable tendencies
The minister announced the decision to make Ashok himself hold talks with the agitating association members after the CMD met with him in the morning.
Kerala eviction: CPM-controlled co-op bank accepts Congress MLA's cheque after Ajesh's family protests
Ajesh's two minor girls were evicted from their house by the bank officials last week for defaulting on the loan, triggering a controversy.
Kuzhalnadan, who broke open the lock of the house sealed by the bank, said on Sunday that he would repay the default amount.
Over 10,000 non-executive employees of the company are observing the protest at NMDC mines and offices in Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Telangana.
The strike notices have been given by unions in the sectors such as coal, steel, oil, telecom, postal, income tax, copper, banks, insurance among others.
Even as the LDF government takes earnest efforts to create an investor-friendly image for Kerala in order to attract more entrepreneurs, the CPM’s workers union, CITU, continues to dent it.
“It is a violation of the constitutional provision that guarantees right to work to every citizen” he said during a presser.
The amicable settlement between the two parties is a perfect answer to those who tried to blow up an isolated incident out of proportion, Labour Minister V Sivankutty said after the discussion.
The highhandedness of trade unions is not a malice prevalent only in Kannur.
The positive steps taken by the government are not getting highlighted while such incidents are getting magnified, Rajeeve alleged.
Afsal goes into hiding, says he was targeted for buying items from Rabeeh who decided to down shutters earlier
In a scathing attack, Sudhakaran alleged that the CPM has become a political terror outfit.