RSS-affiliate Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh to carry protest in opposition to Centre's 'privatization coverage' in November – Devdiscourse

RSS affiliated Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) in its two-day assembly in Hyderabad determined to carry an illustration at New Delhi’s Jantar Mantar in November “in opposition to the privatization coverage and asset monetization of the Central authorities” with practically 1 lakh workers belonging to affected sectors, in response to Secretary of BMS Girishchandra Arya. The BMS can also be planning to concern a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi within the coming days. The choice on this might be taken after the coordination assembly of the union.
Chatting with ANI over telephone, Secretary of BMS, Girishchandra Arya stated, “There was a gathering in Hyderabad for at some point and a seminar on the opposite day the place the choice of this demonstration was taken. Solely these individuals will participate within the demonstration belonging to the affected sectors within the nation. Folks from sectors together with Coal, Telecom, railways, Protection, Postal might be concerned on this, noncoal mining, banking, insurance coverage, metal, cement, all PSU like NTPC, HAL, BHEL, energy grid, and so on.” “The ultimate date of demonstration to be held in November might be determined within the upcoming nationwide working committee to be held in Odisha on February 11, 12, and 13,” he added.
Earlier than the demonstration in November, BMS can also be making ready to carry seven conferences in numerous areas of the nation by way of which they intend to unfold consciousness concerning the demonstration in November. One seminar was held in Hyderabad on Thursday. All remaining conferences might be held in Lucknow, Bhopal, Ranchi, Bangalore. Notably, economists from throughout the nation might be invited to all of those conferences to offer extra data on the topics. (ANI)
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