Central trade unions extend support to three-day strike by BSNL staff

Central trade unions on Wednesday said they will extend support to the proposed three-day strike by employees and officers of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd on 18-20 February

Press Trust of India February 13, 2019 19:46:27 IST
Central trade unions extend support to three-day strike by BSNL staff
  • BSNL employees have announced a three-day nationwide strike on 18-20 February demanding allotment of 4G spectrum to the telecom PSU and wage revision for the workforce

  • The ten central trade unions that extended their support to the proposed strike included INTUC, AITUC, HMS, and CITU amongst others

New Delhi: Central trade unions on Wednesday said they will extend support to the proposed three-day strike by employees and officers of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd on 18-20 February.

BSNL employees have announced a three-day nationwide strike demanding allotment of 4G spectrum to the telecom PSU and wage revision for the workforce.

"United Platform of Central Trade Unions, which met on 12th February 2019 at New Delhi resolved to extend full support to the ongoing struggle of the BSNL employees and officers," the statement by ten central trade unions said.

The ten central trade unions that extended their support to the proposed strike included INTUC, AITUC, HMS, and CITU amongst others.

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