BANKING SERVICES ARE FROZEN

 

Hyderabad,May 31,(globelmedianews.com):
Banking services are frozen. About 10 lakh bank employees across the country participated in the strike. 80,000 employees in Tamil Nadu are concerned. The employees are worried that the central government has seriously insulted them by raising just 2 per cent of the wages. Employees and officials of all government banks have been forced to strike since 6 am demanding wage revision. The strike was called for an indefinite strike for 48 hours on Friday morning, according to a joint statement by the bank employees' union UFOB. 


BANKING SERVICES ARE FROZEN

Banks currently have operational benefits. Yet, the government is not worrying about lending to debt defaulters. In the past five years, prices of various goods and services have increased. Accordingly, employees' wages are not rising. Employees face difficulties. Besides, bank employees are increasingly under pressure, "said an employee in the Kozhikode railway station in Hyderabad. Employees strike in Warangal, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and other towns. With the bank employees' strike, all public sector banks in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana have been frozen. Commercial operations were hampered by the lack of financial transactions. 

There are also cash stocks in the ATMs and people are struggling. Bank employees say that the struggle will continue in phases until the wages increase, and the government will not be worried if the government does not come down. People also want to understand their problem and cooperate with them in the way of the annulment of the banknotes. Public sector banking giant SBI, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda and other banks have been stuck with employees strike. Private banks continue to remain ICICI and HDFC services.

No comments:
Write comments