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Bank Strike: Union Wallop on 26 November

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On November 26, the Central Trade Unions will conduct a nationwide strike. The All India Bank Employees Union (AIBEA) has also announced to join this strike. The strike has been called against the anti-labour policies of the central government. Explain that the government has recently passed three new labour laws and has abolished 27 old laws, against which this strike is being done. Except for the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh, 10 central trade unions have announced a nationwide general strike on 26 November.

AIBEA released statement

  • “Lok Sabha has passed three new labour laws in the recently concluded session and abolished 27 existing laws in the name of ease of doing business,” AIBEA said in a statement on Tuesday.
  • These laws are purely in the interest of the corporate world. In this process, 75 per cent of workers have been excluded from the purview of labour laws. These workers will not get any kind of protection under the new laws. “

30000 croupiers will also join the sit-in

AIBEA represents most of the banks except State Bank of India and Indian Overseas Bank. Its members include four lakh employees of various public and old private sector banks and some foreign banks. The statement said that about 30,000 employees of 10,000 branches of public sector banks, old generation private sector banks, regional rural banks and foreign banks in Maharashtra will join the strike.

Bank employees will also be involved in the strike

  1. Let us tell you that AIBEA has said that on 26 November, bank employees will also put their demands. 
  2. Apart from labour law, our focus will also be on these. Demands such as opposition to bank privatization, opposition to outsourcing and contract systems, adequate appointments, tough action against big corporate defaulters, increase in an interest rate of bank deposits and reduction in service charge on behalf of bank personnel.


Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh ordered a night lockout in all towns and towns from 10 am to 5 am. This order will be effective from 1 December. Along with this, if you do not follow the rules related to Kovid, you will be fined Rs 1000. From December 1, all hotels, restaurants and wedding venues will be closed at 9:30 pm. These restrictions will be reviewed on 15 December.

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