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Central Govt�s anti-labour policies flayed

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MORIGAON, Aug 27 - The State unit of the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) organised a convention here on Wednesday, where several labour organisations condemned the BJP Government�s anti-labour policies.

Addressing the gathering, veteran trade union leader, Upen Talukdar, said that the BJP-led Central Government�s anti-labour policies have proved disastrous for the working classes. He further said that the Central Government had amended several labour laws in a hurry, resulting in an adverse effect on the unorganised labour classes.

Speaking on the occasion, former MLA Munin Mahanta criticised the Union Government�s anti-labour policy and said that it was crystal clear that the Government was pro-corporate. He appealed to all the labour organisations of the country to support the general strike on September 2 in order to register their collective protest against the anti-labour policies of the Central Government.

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Central Govt�s anti-labour policies flayed

MORIGAON, Aug 27 - The State unit of the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) organised a convention here on Wednesday, where several labour organisations condemned the BJP Government�s anti-labour policies.

Addressing the gathering, veteran trade union leader, Upen Talukdar, said that the BJP-led Central Government�s anti-labour policies have proved disastrous for the working classes. He further said that the Central Government had amended several labour laws in a hurry, resulting in an adverse effect on the unorganised labour classes.

Speaking on the occasion, former MLA Munin Mahanta criticised the Union Government�s anti-labour policy and said that it was crystal clear that the Government was pro-corporate. He appealed to all the labour organisations of the country to support the general strike on September 2 in order to register their collective protest against the anti-labour policies of the Central Government.