Bank employees to observe strike on March 15, 16

JAMMU- Jammu Province Bank Employees Federation, the State Unit of the All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA), has called upon the Bank employees all over the Province, to effectively onserve two days strike on March 15-16, 2021, on the call given by AIBEA all over the country.
In this connection a Central Committee meeting of the Federation was held today at the office premises of PNB, Bakshi Nagar Branch, wherein, the decisions of the AIBEA Central Committee meeting dated Feb’ 24-25, 2021 were fully endorsed. Arun Kumar Gupta, general secretary JPBEF asked all bank employees, of the Jammu and Kashmir UT to start preparations in right earnest for making the strike programmes on March 15-16 a total success.
The meeting also welcomed the decisions of UFBU and its protest actions against the Government’s proposal to privatize Public Sector Banks. The Central Committee members highlighted the importance of the struggle in defense of public sector banking and against privatization of banks. The CC resolved to implement all the programmes effectively throughout the UT.
The meeting also welcomed the successful conclusion of Eleventh Bi- partite Settlement. The meeting noted with satisfaction the progressive and pivotal role played by AIBEA leadership in helping the negotiations to arrive at a satisfactory conclusion.
This meeting was attended by the representatives from all the affiliated units of the Federation, besides Ashwani Pradhan, Convenor State AIBOA, also attended the meeting. Pradhan in his address highlightened the threat to Public Sector Banking, in view of the Govt of Indis’s pro- corporate policies.
Pradhan called upon the Bank employees to stand united in their fight against the outmoded and anti people policies of the Government of India.
The meeting also co- opted Tara Singh, gen secretary PNB Staff Union,( J&K) as the next Federation president and Yogesh Kumar, State secretary, Canara Bank Employees Union (J&K ) as Treasurer. The vacancies had arisen because of retirements of the concerned office bearers from Bank service.

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