Demand from Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh to Finance Minister, MNREGA scheme for laborers in urban areas
The trade union has further demanded that under the EPS there is currently a caste pension of one thousand. Which is very less. It should be five thousand rupees. There should also be an increase of five percent every year.
The trade union has further demanded that under the EPS, there is currently a caste pension of one thousand. Which is very less. It should be five thousand rupees. There should also be an increase of five percent every year.
So that the Mazdar class can also get its benefits. Today, in many sectors like automobile, transport, sports, handloom, tourism is not working as before. Our demand is that the government should provide unemployment allowance or special facilities to the laborers working in these areas. So that the economic condition of the people working in these sectors can improve.
A phase of preparations for the general budget has started. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman has also started a round of meetings regarding Budget 2021. He has also sought suggestions from economists, top industrialists and farmers, and labor and trade organizations regarding the budget.
In the same sequence, the National Self-Service Union Support Organization (Mazdoor Unit) Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) has suggested to the Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman to introduce schemes like MNREGA for workers in urban areas in the budget
Workers from villages and remote areas are coming towards the city. Therefore, in urban areas also, laborers should get work on the lines of schemes like MNREGA.
The trade union suggested to the Union Finance Minister that indigenous policies should be adopted in the construction and industrial sectors. So that the standard of living of the people working in them can be improved. In today’s time, most jobs are temporary.
Many state governments are investing in construction labor welfare funds in other activities.
We thank the government for increasing the monthly grant of Anganwadi Asha workers. But some states have not implemented this increase. The central government should direct the states to implement it immediately.
BMS demanded that the beedi industry be separated from the tambu industry. Track rates should also be reduced on this. 15 hundred contract workers working in Air India for more than 20 years should be regularized. Training of skill development of employees working in the same institution for more than five years should be given.
The Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh demanded that the central government take a decision after consulting the Central Trade Union on FDI and privatization of railways and other issues.
The Indian labor unions do not agree on the methods of privatization of government PSUs The Sangh demands that it be reconsidered.
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