7th Pay Commission – Confederation decided to intensify Agitation against non-implementation of assurances given by Govt
Strike on 2nd September 2016 – confederation of central government employees and workers reports on number of workers participated in the strike
Over a million workers from at least 10 central trade unions (CTUs) are participating in the ‘Bharat bandh’ today, also known as the trade union strike, against the anti-labour policies of the central government.
Proposed General Strike by Trade Unions on 2nd September 2016 – CITU to proceed with the Strike as talks with Govt failed
The Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), a major union linked to the ruling BJP’s ideological mentor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh or RSS, has said it will skip Friday’s strike.
Joint platform of Central Trade Unions announces All India General Strike on 2nd September 2016 demanding consideration of 12 Points Charter of Demands
All India Railwaymen’s Federation has planned to conduct secret ballot on 11-12th, February 2016 to decide for indefinite strike from 06.00 hrs on 11th April 2016
NJCA is conducting 3 days dharna at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi from 19.01.2016 to 21.01.2016. NJCA will meet on 8th February 2016 to decide the date of commencement of indefinite strike.
National Joint Council Association has planned for a indefinite strike on 1st March 2016 and 26 point Charter of Demands in this regard has been submitted to Govt.
Confederation of Central Government Employees JCM (NC) Staff Side has represented to Cabinet Secretary that the 7th CPC proposed 14% increase in Basic Pay is meagre compared to any other CPCs and wants to convene a meeting to discuss the charter of demands given below during Feb 2016 otherwise JCM (NC) Staff Side may have to go for indefinite Strike from 1st March 2016.
National Joint Council of Action in its meeting held on 30th September 2015 in Delhi, resolved to observe 19th November 2015 as Joint Nation wise protest day to all the country to press upon the Government of India to resolve the long pending legitimate demands of all the Government Employees.
The Central Government employees were particularly unhappy over the denial of the wage revision for the past 5 years, non grant of interim relief and merger of DA
Govt met the trade unions thrice in July and twice in August. It discussed their 12-point charter of demands and even though the government have provided a solution to each of their demands the trade unions said that the government did not offer any tangible solution to them.
Earlier 11 Central Trade Unions had unanimously planned for General Strike on 02.09.2015. After talks with Govt BPMS has decided to call off strike plan as it felt that Govt is taking positve initiatives towards the charter of demands
Controller General of Accounts coming under Department of Expenditure informs that any form of strike including taking leave is not legal and that Govt would not pay any salary if any of the employees resorted to strike.