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9th August - “SAVE INDIA DAY" National Platform of Central Trade Unions along with Sectoral federations and Associations calls upon working class to observe 9th August as “SAVE INDIA DAY” CTUs & other PSUs to observe Solidarity Actions on 18th August on Coal Strike Day

 Major Central Trade Unions, Industrial Federations and Independent Trade Union  was decided to protest at National level on 09-08-2020 historical ‘Quit India Day ‘ to save India .observe that day as “Save India Day” in the presentment is bent upon to sale Public Sector and National assets to big private houses both domestic and global, Government is under tremendous pressure of big business, Houses, Global and Regional financial institution to provide various relaxation to business in the name of Labor Law reforms or Ease of Doing Business” to facilitate employers to provide conducive environment for Hire and Fire for them.


All CTU and Federation also agreed to support the one day strike of coal employees on 18-08-2020 against selling of coal mines to Private Companies and support Defense civilian Employees demands against Government decision to corporatization and Privatization of 41 Ordnance Factories under GOCO model. All Federation of Railway, Bank, Insurance ,PSU, Coal, Deffence, Power ,Road, Port and Dock Air India ,Farmer Unions and all informal Sector Unions etc are agreed to prepare for Long direct action (Strike) in future against the anti Workers and National policies of present Government. All affiliates are requested to observe 9th August as “Save India Day” following safety instructions, maintaining Social Distance.


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