United Forum of Bank Unions is planning to launch an agitation

United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) is planning to launch an agitation in pursuit of their demand for wage settlement and other pending


issues including pension and compassionate appointment. S Nagarajan, deputy general secretary, All India Bank Officers’ Association who addressed the D K district unit member here recently said this was inevitable given the failure of talks between UFBU and Indian Bank Association..


Giving a brief account of the outcome of the latest bipartite talks held between Indian Bank’s Association (IBA) and the UFBU, Nagarajan said now that the talks had failed, members have to be ready for any agitation programmes to be launched by UFBU in pursuit of their above mentioned demands. He impressed upon the members that adamant attitude of the IBA and government had compelled the AIBOA to resort to path of agitation.


Under the circumstances there can be no gain without pain. Unions demand fair and reasonable settlement of salary and other issues at the earliest, he said. P R Karanth, general secretary, Karnataka Bank Employees’ Association and joint secretary of AIBEA urged the members to take active part in proposed strike on June 12 to make it a success. Ravindra Aithal, president, Karnataka Bank Officers’ Organisation spoke.


B S Aggithaya, president, AIBOA, D K district unit presided over the meeting. K Raghava, general secretary, AIBOA, DK district unit welcomed the gathering.


Source : Times of India.


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