Bank Strike: Strike in banks to be held on 26th of this month, all necessary work to be done today

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Bank Strike: Strike in banks to be held on 26th of this month
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AIBEA has said that bank employees will also keep their demands on November 26. 10 central trade unions, excluding Indian trade unions, have announced a nationwide general strike on November 26. AIBEA represents employees mostly working in all public and private banks except SBI and Indian Overseas Bank.

Banking operations across the country may be affected on November 26. This is due to the central trade unions strike, which will include millions of bank employees across the country. In this way, you should dispose of all your necessary banking activities today so that you do not have to face any kind of hassle.

The reason for strike

Central trade unions have called for a strike against the central government’s anti-labour policies. The government has recently passed three new labour laws and scrapped 27 outdated laws, against which the strike is taking place. 10 central trade unions, excluding Indian trade unions, have announced a nationwide general strike on November 26.

These banks will not have an impact

The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) represents employees mostly working in all public and private banks except SBI and Indian Overseas Bank. In Maharashtra alone, about 30,000 employees of 10,000 branches of public sector banks, older generation private sector banks, regional rural banks and foreign banks will join the strike.

Bank workers to strike in support of these demands

AIBEA has said that bank employees will also keep their demands on November 26. Apart from labour law, we will also have a focus on these. There will be demands from bank workers opposing bank privatisation, opposition to outsourcing and contract systems, adequate appointments, tough action against large corporate defaulters, increase in bank deposit interest rate and reduction in service charge. It will also oppose the government’s drive to privatize banks as these steps are directly impacting the country’s economy.