More than 6,000 sanitation workers associated with different trade unions staged an indefinite strike on Monday, pressing their 28-charter demands, including cancellation of outsourcing their works.
Sucheta De alleged that the JNU administration declared her out of bounds for exposing the violation of sanitation and mess workers’ rights.
Saji's kin reportedly didn't allow CPM men to pay respect to the body or place a wreath. They demanded a probe into Saji's death.
In Sundargarh, banking and transportation services were largely affected even as the strike evoked mixed response across the district.
Transport and banking services were hit in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry on Monday due to the two-day nationwide strike announced by trade unions.
Members of various Trade Unions took out a rally on Eluru Road in Vijayawda and culminated into a meeting at Dharna Chowk at Lenin Centre.
The nationwide hartal was announced raising multiple demands such as rescinding of the labour codes, protection of the public sector enterprises, and accepting the demands of the farmers.
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.
CMD agrees to withdraw Industrial Security Force from 7 sections at KSEB headquarters
It should be recalled that the Kerala State Electricity Regulatory Commission is yet to approve the cost of 6,825 additional staff in the board when they are seeking appointment of the police force
CITU leaders said the Budget disappointed all sections of people, employees and workers.
On November 11, 2021, the National Convention of Workers had decided to organize a nationwide strike on February 23-24 during the Budget Session of Parliament.
In the welcome poster, CITU photoshopped and changed the blue headscarf of the workers to red.
The court said that the culture of putting up flag masts by influential political parties such as other associations of people had permeated into the society very deeply.
Progress towards gender equality and diversity is extremely slow, said Tomoko Yoshino, who was elected this month as head of the 7 million-member Japanese Trade Union Confederation, known as Rengo.