UFBU Circular: “ In our earlier Circular dated 22-3-2021, we have conveyed the
decisions of our UFBU meeting held at Kolkata on 22-3-2021 to continue our struggle
against the proposed move of the Government to privatise Public Sector Banks. Even
though the Budget Session of the Parliament has ended, it is necessary that we must
continue our campaign to muster more and more support to our demand. Similarly, we
must also prepare our members for further intensified actions looking to developments
from the government side.
Collection of 5 crores Signatures from people in the Petition to Prime
Minister/Speaker of Lok Sabha: It has been decided to collect 5 crores signatures in
the Petition to Prime Minister/Speaker of Lok Sabha. The draft of the Petition is given
herein. All our Unions should get the Petition printed in large number in English and also
in regional languages and supply to our branch units and members. Our Unions should
plan and work out their methods to collect signatures from the general public,
customers, public personalities, etc. These petitions are expected to be submitted to the
Prime Minister/Lok Sabha Speaker during the Monsoon Session of the Parliament in July,
2021. Hence all our unions should undertake the collection of signatures during April,
May, June 2021. Total involvement of our members at all levels is imperative to
complete this task successfully.
Campaign meetings – Membership contact : In order to prepare our rank and file
membership for implementing the public campaign, signature collection drive, as well as
for prolonged strike actions, mass meetings, membership contact programmes are to be
undertaken by all our Unions during the month of April, 2021.
Mass Rallies, Dharnas, Seminars, Workshops, etc. in all the States in April, May
and June, 2021: In addition to meetings of members and contact programmes, in each
State programmes like mass rallies, processions, Dharna, seminars, workshops, etc. are
toe be undertaken. State-level UFBUs should meet for the purpose and chalk out these
programmes accordingly to local convenience.
Nationwide Strikes, intermittent strike strikes, prolonged strikes as may be
warranted looking to developments: Strike call at short notice, will be given, if