Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Bank strike on 7th July 2011

 The National Convention  of United Forum of Bank Unions,held at New Delhi on 20th May 2011,declared All India bank strike on 7th July 2011 against Govt Policy on  Banking Reforms
-  New Licensing Policy,
-Khandelwal Committee Report,
-Outsourcing
- Appointment of Business Correspondents,
- Merger of Public Sector Banks,
-Removal of ceiling on voting rights of FDI in Private Banks, 
-Arbitrary instructions of Government freezing improvements in staff benefits etc.
Also demanding:
- Adequate Recruitment, -Release of Compassionate Appointment Scheme as agreed between IBA & UFBU
-improvements in Pension Scheme on the lines of 6th Pay Commission Report  etc.

1 comment :

vsnaidu said...

exclude merger if Associate Banks with SBI
All the staff members of Associate Banks are monetarily and otherwise benefited with the MERGER
with their parent bank ie. SBI.

KINDLY DELETE MERGER OF ASSOCIATE BANKS WITH SBI FROM THE LIST OF ISSUES AND DEMANDS FOR A SUCCESSFUL 7TH JULY STRIKE.

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