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Central Bank Employees on the path of agitation
Date 30/11/2023 09:14  Author admin  Hits 577  Language Global
All of us are aware that last year when the management of our Bank issued transfer orders in violation of existing agreements and provisions of Bipartite Settlement to nearly 4000 clerical staff in the name of periodical rotation, and forcibly relieved them ignoring the provisions of I D Act, we gave the call for strike on 30th and 31st May, 2022. During the agitation, on 24-5-2022, management signed an MoU and agreed to review and cancel all the interstation transfers as per the existing Settlement. Hence, our strike was deferred. But management did not implement this MOU. Even the decision of Kerala High Court was ignored.

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