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"BHARAT BACHAO DIWAS " 9 August 2021

  "BHARAT BACHAO DIWAS " 9 August 2021

"As per the decision by 10 central trade union platform of mass organisations to organised a protest day all over the country against the anti labour policies of government of India to privatize the government sector, public sector, like railway, defence,

Coal Mines, Psu’s, Oil sector, BSNL, Air India, Insurance, Banks, Port and Dock,  Airports etc to Big Corporate houses and Multinational companies. 

On 9th August 2021 on the historical day of "Quit India Movement" call given by 

" The Mahatma Gandhi " under the banner of congress with the slogan 

"Aungrejo bharat choro " on 08.08.1942 at Gawalia tank ground, Mumbai.

Now CTU’s given the slogan "Desh bachaao".(Save India) at New Delhi big march organised by "10 central trade union " at "Mandi House " Delhi - at 10 a m, Thousands workers of Delhi on the above call assembled at Mandi House to March to parliament but Delhi police not allowed to March to parliament and put a barricades to stop the procession then all the central trade union leaders addressed the gathering at Mandi House.  


Comrade Harbhajan Singh Sidhu

General Secretary HMS addressed the mass gathering and explained the serious attack on labour right, human rights, citizens rights and farmers rights  and converting the 44 labour laws into 4 codes in favor of employers. Three farmers bill against the farmers and the country men only to give benefits to big corporate houses.

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