CITU stages protest in Bengaluru against amendments to labour laws

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Published on September 24, 2020 - Duration: 02:18s

CITU stages protest in Bengaluru against amendments to labour laws

Members of Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) staged protest in Bengaluru against amendments to labour laws.

Earlier, while talking on the amendments, Information and Broadcasting Minister, Prakash Javadekar said, "Yesterday, three-bills passed (in Rajya Sabha) which gives salary security, public security and health security to labours.

By these bolls labours will get minimum wage, appointment letter, salary in a fixed time, same salary for men and women, free checkups and one-time allowance for migrant labour in one year.

New code also included the inclusion of new labours." He also slammed opposition for staying absent from Rajya Sabha while labour reforms bills were discussed.

The Rajya Sabha on September 23 passed three Labour Code Bills for the welfare and protection of the workers.

These bills were already passed in Lok Sabha on Tuesday (September 22).


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