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NE trade unions to join strike

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IMPHAL, Sept 1 - Coordinating Body of Trade Unions, Manipur (CBTUM) today reiterated their decision to go on strike on Friday from 6 am to 6 pm, to fulfill their demands.

Central Trade Unions (CTUs) has called the strike which will cover both public and private sectors, including bankings and railways in pursuit of their long-pending demands and also to show opposition against the labour policy of the NDA-led Narendra Modi Government at the Centre, according to CBTUM.

It said the strike has been called against the �anti-labour and anti-people policies of the Centre.

Mid-Day Meal Workers� Union, Manipur said it will support the nationwide strike.

Meanwhile, All Trade Union of Arunachal Pradesh in a press release said it will stage a dharna in Itanagar tomorrow in support of its 12 point demands and against the alleged anti-labour policies of the present Central Government.

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NE trade unions to join strike

IMPHAL, Sept 1 - Coordinating Body of Trade Unions, Manipur (CBTUM) today reiterated their decision to go on strike on Friday from 6 am to 6 pm, to fulfill their demands.

Central Trade Unions (CTUs) has called the strike which will cover both public and private sectors, including bankings and railways in pursuit of their long-pending demands and also to show opposition against the labour policy of the NDA-led Narendra Modi Government at the Centre, according to CBTUM.

It said the strike has been called against the �anti-labour and anti-people policies of the Centre.

Mid-Day Meal Workers� Union, Manipur said it will support the nationwide strike.

Meanwhile, All Trade Union of Arunachal Pradesh in a press release said it will stage a dharna in Itanagar tomorrow in support of its 12 point demands and against the alleged anti-labour policies of the present Central Government.

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