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CITU surrounded HP Assembly against amendment in labor law

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CITU surrounded HP Assembly against amendment in labor law

CITU surrounded HP Assembly against amendment in labor law

Centre of Indian Trade Unions (CITU) held protest in Shimla against amendment in labor law passed by state assembly.

They said that the five amendments have been done by the state assembly are against the labourers.

The labourers under the CITU gathered outside the Himachal Pradesh Assembly held 'Vidhan Saha Gherao Protest'.The state head of the CITU, Vijendra Mehra said, "State Assembly passed five amendments of Industrial Dispute Act, Factory Act, Contract Labour Act, Model Standing Act and Minimum wages Act amendments has been passed by the Assembly are against the labourers." "15 crore people lost their life due to COVID-19, instead of providing help Himachal government attacking them," Vijendra Mehra said.


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