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GUWAHATI, July 8 - RSS-affiliated Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) has called upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action for implementation of the points agreed during the inter-ministerial committee�s meeting with the organization in August last year.

The Kamrup unit of the BMS today sent a memorandum in this regard to the Prime Minister. The BMS today held a nationwide dharna on the issue.

The BMS Kamrup unit said that the inter-ministerial committee headed by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had agreed on August 28, 2015, on a number of issues, including national minimum wages for all workers, increase in bonus ceiling, equal service conditions for contractual workers with that of permanent workers, and regularization of anganwadi workers and helpers.

It added that the committee had also agreed to stop anti-labour law reforms, to stop sale and privatization of PSUs and to provide electrification, sanitation, safe drinking water, approach road and proper health facilities to tea garden workers.

�No action has been taken by the Central Government even after one year,� the BMS Kamrup unit said, demanding immediate action from the Prime Minister, Finance Minister, Labour and Employment Minister and members of Parliament on the issue.

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Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh�s appeal to Modi

GUWAHATI, July 8 - RSS-affiliated Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) has called upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi to take action for implementation of the points agreed during the inter-ministerial committee�s meeting with the organization in August last year.

The Kamrup unit of the BMS today sent a memorandum in this regard to the Prime Minister. The BMS today held a nationwide dharna on the issue.

The BMS Kamrup unit said that the inter-ministerial committee headed by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley had agreed on August 28, 2015, on a number of issues, including national minimum wages for all workers, increase in bonus ceiling, equal service conditions for contractual workers with that of permanent workers, and regularization of anganwadi workers and helpers.

It added that the committee had also agreed to stop anti-labour law reforms, to stop sale and privatization of PSUs and to provide electrification, sanitation, safe drinking water, approach road and proper health facilities to tea garden workers.

�No action has been taken by the Central Government even after one year,� the BMS Kamrup unit said, demanding immediate action from the Prime Minister, Finance Minister, Labour and Employment Minister and members of Parliament on the issue.

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