I stand in solidarity with the striking bank employees: Rahul Gandhi
A two-day strike has been called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) to protest against the proposed privatization of 2 public sector banks.
New Delhi: In the name of Privatization, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi attacks on the BJP government. Now he has also supported the bank employees who are going on strike against privatization of banks and said that the government is making a serious compromise with the financial security of the country by selling it to public sector banks.
I support bank employees: Rahul Gandhi
Rahul Gandhi tweeted and said, "The government privatizing profits and nationalizing losses." A serious compromise made with the financial security of the country by selling to public sector banks. I stand with the bank employees who are on strike. "
Banking services shut across India:
In fact, in protest against the proposal of privatization of two banks, bank organizations have started a strike on two days - 15 and 16 March. About two million bank employees and officials can participate in the two-day strike of bank organizations.
Due to the strike on the first day, thousands of consumers are upset in the government. In rural banks of the country. No transaction related to the banks could be done. At the same time, in Lucknow, consumers were seen wandering across the city for cash.
Two day strike called by UFBU:
A two-day strike has been called by the United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU) to protest against the proposed privatization of 2 public sector banks. Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had said in his budget speech on 1 February 2021 that two public sector banks and one general insurance company would be privatized. Since then, bank organizations and employees have been opposing it.
The country is bound to suffer a major financial injury due to the continuous closure of banks for four days. With this, the work of the common man along with the government will also get stuck.