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Left Unions Nationwide Strike, Protesters Blocked Trains

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Left Unions Nationwide Strike, Protesters Blocked Trains

admin1 January 8, 2019

Bharat Bandh, a two day long trade union, began protesting against the anti-people policies adopted by the central government on Tuesday. The Central Trade Unions called for Bharat Bandh on January 8, 9. In all states, workers come out of the early morning and protest. The Left parties have criticized the central government for adopting anti-labor policies and trying to suppress the industrialists. The union government has come up with 12 demands from the union government. 10 big Trade Unions were supported by the two-day Bharat Bandh while the All India Kisan Mahasabha also welcomed it. Rail Rocco, Road Rocco, protest demonstrations and other concerns are underway as part of the strike.Farmers are sharing milk with the common people.

Farmers would like to pay a full loan of Rs 3,500 a month. Public sector, small scale industries, student unions, private sector employees, banking and insurance sector employees also participated in this Bharat bandh. On Assam Bandh on January 8, the All Assam Student Union and 30 other public services were called upon Bharat Bandh call for trade unions. The North East Student Organization is also involved in this bandh. Some bank unions have supported the strike.

Left parties in West Bengal are in full bandwidth. The morning reached the Howrah Railway Station and stopped trains from moving. On the other hand, the Bengal government announced that the bandh should not cause any problems for the people. As a part of this, it has banned employees for two days. In Assam, the All Assam Student Union is run by Rail Raio. His protest was blocked by trains. AP Ikasa Amravati Chairman Bopparaju Venkateshwarlu, General Secretary Fani Piraraju today released a statement saying that they do not support the general strike.

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