Massive joint rally by central government workers

The joint action committee of the unions of central government workers organised a massive rally at Azad Maidan in Mumbai to protest against the anti-worker recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission and against the changes proposed to be incorporated in labour laws. Over 5,000 workers were present in this action.
The main demands raised in the protest were that the unfortunate recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission should be modified as urged by the National Joint Council of Action (NJCA), that the anti-worker policies of the government should be stopped immediately, empty posts in government offices should be filled in quickly, that the new pension scheme should be stopped immediately, privatisation and outsourcing of government functions should be stopped forthwith, all contract workers and daily wage workers should be regularised and made permanent, etc.
The organisations present in this demonstration were: National Railway Mazdoor Union, Western Railway Employees Union, All India Defence Employees Federation, Indian National Defence Workers Federation, Confederation of Central Government Employees Mumbai, Central Government Workers Association etc.
These organisations united under the banner of ‘Kendriya Sarkari Samyukt Kruti Samiti’ (joint action committee of central government employees) to take part in the protests. They vowed to intensify their struggle if the government did not concede their demands.


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