Bank strike: Big update on strike of bank unions, all you need to know

Bank Strike: Earlier in the month it was reported that bank unions would go on strike on June 27 (Monday). Before this, the fourth Saturday on June 25 and Sunday on June 26 is a holiday. In such a situation, it was being said that the bank would be closed for three consecutive days. In […]
 


Bank strike: Big update on strike of bank unions, all you need to know

Bank Strike: Earlier in the month it was reported that bank unions would go on strike on June 27 (Monday). Before this, the fourth Saturday on June 25 and Sunday on June 26 is a holiday. In such a situation, it was being said that the bank would be closed for three consecutive days. In many reports, bank customers were asked to complete banking related work quickly. But now a new update has come on this.

Demand to restore old pension scheme

According to a new update, bank unions have postponed the June 27 strike. 7 lakh bank employees have been told to join the strike. The strike aims to amend the pension scheme for all pensioners, abolish the National Pension Scheme (NPS) and restore the old pension scheme for all bank employees.

was planned with the participation of 9 bank unions

The unions have called off the strike after they agreed to start talks on the demands of the Indian Banks’ Association (IBA). The All India Bank Officers’ Confederation (AIBOC), All India Bank Employees Association (IBEA) and National Organization of Bank Employees (NOBW), a joint forum of nine bank unions including United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU). Threatened to go on strike demanding work

After the meeting chaired by the Chief Labor Commissioner, AIBEA General Secretary CH Venkatachalam said that negotiations on these pending issues would start from July 1 as per the agreement reached with IBA. Bank unions have also demanded the introduction of a new and revised pension scheme for all pensioners, abolition of the National Pension Scheme and re-introduction of the old pension scheme for all bank employees.