The IBA has reportedly agreed to hold a meeting with the unions on January 31 to discuss their demands – including five-day banking, updation of pensions and restoration of the old pension scheme.
UFBA And IBA The United Forum of Bank Unions of India on Saturday called off an earlier planned two-day nationwide bank strike, scheduled for January 30 and 31, following a settlement meeting between If there was a strike on both these days, the banks would have been closed for four consecutive days till 28, 29, 30 and 31 January. Now this will not happen and common people will not have to face much trouble.
There will be a meeting with IBA on January 31
According to CH Venkatachalam, general secretary of the All India Bank Employees Union, the IBA has reportedly agreed to hold a meeting with the unions on January 31 to discuss their demands – including five-day banking, updation of pensions and old pension scheme. restoration is included. Other issues on which the UFBU is pushing have gone into the subsequent discussions that are to be held separately with the authorities and the workers’ unions.
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The strike was announced for these demands
The two-day strike was called to press for the following demands: five-day banking, updation of pension, scrapping of NPS, immediate commencement of negotiations on a charter of demands for wage revision, and adequate recruitment in all cadres etc..in The bank union had been raising its voice for a long time regarding the demands, but due to no hearing, the union had to declare a bank strike. The union called off the strike after a meeting with the IBA.
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