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Bank Strike causes transactions to a standstill in Visakhapatnam
Visakhapatnam, August 24, 2004

Banking operations in the district on Tuesday due to the strike by the bank employees and officers of public and private sector banks and regional rural banks as part of nation-wide strike.

The United Forum of Bank Unions, which is spearheading the agitation, is demanding that Indian Banks Association to effect immediate pay revision which is overdue 22 months.

The Employees and officers gathered near the SBI Zonal Office in the RTC Complex premises raised slogans demanding pay revision in addition to various demands. Leaders from various trade unions participated and spoke about the anti trade union policies of the IBA and Government. The Deputy General Secretary (NCBE) JP Sarma, K.Seshagirirao (AIBEA), The Chief Regional Secretary of the SBI officers Federation SN Sahu and others participated. Leaders from LIC and CITU supported the agitation.

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Truckers exempt from essential services
Visakhapatnam, August 24, 2004

The striking transport operations in the city owing allegiance to the Visakhapatnam Motor Transport Congress an affiliate of the All India Motor Transport Congress have decided to exempt truckers carrying the essential services on Wednesday.

The Truckers Association leaders addressed a media conference at the end of the fourth day's strike on Tuesday and reiterated that there would be no go back in their agitation until the Union Government met their legitimate demands.

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Mobile vegetable counters
Visakhapatnam, August 24, 2004

Vegetables are being brought to rythu bazaars in sufficient quantity and sold at a reasonable price to provide relief to the citizens who are forced to pay a higher price in other markets due to the all India Strike by Transport operators.

This was stated by the Joint Collector, Peeyush Kumar on Tuesday. Mobile vegetable counters were also making rounds in the residential colonies.

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