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Visakhapatnam, February 3, 2007Employees facing harassment
The All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) affiliated to the AITUC, the trade wing of the CPI will participate in the one day strike by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) in support of the Central Bank of India Who are agitating against the attitude of their Chairman and Managing Director HA Daruwala.
The AIBEA president Rajen Nagar alleged hat ever since he took over charge as CMD of the bank, nearly 40,000 employees and officers were facing the worst type of attacks by the management by way of denial of trade union rights, right to strike, harassment, vindictiveness and malafide transfers. The management has issued charge sheet to nearly 7000 employees just because they participated in the strike on January 22 he said.
Forum of Central Bank Unions would go on indefinite strike from February 22 seeking withdrawal of the charge sheets and intervention of the Central Government and the UFBU, consisting of all the trade unions, are joining the strike for one day in support of them on February 23. He urged the Union Government to withdraw the Bill relating to formation of National Payment Corporation with the private participation for operating clearinghouses of the banks, bill collection etc., which would adversely affect the Public Sector Banks and the money invested by the general public.
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