On Thursday, the Central Trade Union has called for a strike against the labour law. 10 Central Trade Unions are joining this strike. However, the Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh has decided to stay away from it. Trade unions have said that about 25 crore workers will participate in it. All public sector undertakings are participating in this strike.
The Lok Sabha passed three labour codes in the monsoon session. In this, the government rejected 27 Acts in the name of Ease of Doing Business. Opposing trade unions say that by rejecting these laws, the government has acted to benefit the corporate.
The Indian government has taken tough measures on the strike of 10 labor unions to be held on Thursday. Employees of the Central Government have been barred from participating in any form of strike yesterday under the directives of the Department of Personnel and Training.