Desist from using force against employees: Tarigami
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Jammu, Jan 16: Centre of Indian Trade Unions, Jammu and Kashmir held a rally on the first day of its two-day 3rd State Conference here on Saturday.
“The coalition government should adopt seriousness as far as employees and workers are concern and implement in latter and spirit the agreements reached between various unions including Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) and SRTC to regain the trust of the working class”, CITU state president and State Secretary CPI (M) Muhammad Yusuf Tarigami said while talking to the media.
While cautioning the government to desist from using force against legitimate protests of working people as was witnessed against the Doctors, SRTC Employees and PDD daily wagers recently CPI (M) leader said that the government should restrain state police to interfere into labour disputes.
“Peaceful agitation is the legitimate right of working class and constitution of India provide this security thus government should check Police interference in labour disputes as witnessed in various cases including widely condemned Banihal case in which one worker was killed in police action, must be stopped forthwith,” he elaborated.
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