Sunday, February 22, 2015

Jaitley asks bank employees to drop strike plan

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday asked the public sector bank employees and their unions to call off their proposed nationwide strike from February 25. The public sector bank employee unions had on Friday threatened to go on a four-day nationwide strike to press for their wage-related demands.
According to an official release, the Finance Minister informed the employees that banks are already in negotiations with their unions and associations for wage settlement.
Stating that participating in the proposed strike was neither desirable nor affordable, the Minister asked the employees, their unions and associations not to resort to such disruptive means, and drop the strike plan.
A crucial bipartite meeting between bank unions and IBA is scheduled tomorrow and most probably, with an assurance of slight more hike over already promised 13% will satisfy the leaders to call off the proposed strike. 

2 comments :

Anonymous said...

mr finance minister didnot assures any thing but advised to refrain from strike.to bank employees.this is a cruel joke on his part.his sub ordinates took 28+ months still didnot have the will to close the issue.he should have advised his suborinates to take immediate step to close the issue to avert strike.in this way it is proved he is no different from chidambaram or say u p a govt.due to this image bjp got drubbing in delhi which is his home place let God give him SOME WISDOM.

Sibajyoti Bardhan said...

Employees - Disruptive. IBA-GOI Combine - cooperative & collaborative vis-a-vis Industrial harmony !! UFBU, surprisingly, has been trying to wake this 'two-some' up for nearly two and half years instead of shaking them up.

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