RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh requires nationwide marketing campaign towards govt

Ravi S Singh
Tribune News Service
New Delhi, July 9

The RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) has shed off its gloves towards the BJP-led Union authorities giving a name for nationwide week lengthy marketing campaign, beginning July 24, to shake it as much as the realisation of employees’ issues.

The Union authorities, which is already entangled in varied points, is certain to be chary on the growth thrown up by an outfit of the identical ideological fountain head—the RSS.

The BMS determined to hit the street at a digital assembly of its nationwide workplace bearers which was presided over by its president CK Saji Narayana yesterday.

The proposed marketing campaign has been named “Sarkar Jagao Saptah” (Wake Government Week).

“The workers will take part in the campaign at the national, state, industry and local level. Sector-wise demonstrations will be held at state capitals, district headquarters, tehsil/block centres and also in all big industrial estates,” stated a senior BMS functionary on Wednesday.

The office-bearers through the assembly, made a word of the latest profitable three-day strike by employees within the coal sector. 

The leaders expressed considerations, broadly on 5 points together with issues of employees within the unorganised sector significantly migrant employees, and non-payment of wages and enormous scale job losses.

Suspension of labour legal guidelines and growing working hours in 12 BJP and non-BJP dominated states through the COVID-19 pandemic haven’t gone down nicely with BMS. It was determined to face-off with these governments through the proposed marketing campaign.

The assembly additionally criticised the federal government’s motion of “unbridled” privatisation by promoting PSUs and in addition by corporatisation of defence and railway manufacturing models.

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