Workers’ association calls for ‘one nation, one network, one rule’ | Nashik News

Nashik: Calling for strengthening the power sector and abandoning the policy of privatization of government organizations in the power sector, the Akhil Bhartiya Vidyut Majdoor Mahasangh – after his 17th All India Triennial Conference in Nashik – stressed the need for a “one nation”. , A grid, a ruler’.
The Mahasangh, which celebrated its Golden Jubilee in Nashik, called for united efforts by central and state governments to ensure the survival of government industries and the protection of consumers from the alleged profits of capitalists at the expense of government industries.
Addressing the rally, National Association Chairman R Muralikrishnan, General Secretary Amarsinh Sankhala and Chief Akhtar Hussain urged the central government to come up with policies for the uniform structure of radio generation, transmission and distribution companies. electricity across the country.
The conference passed a resolution calling on the Union government to take action to protect the industries as well as the workers affected. At the same time, he also warned that all public sector enterprise employees across the country would be agitating all day in New Delhi for the anti-labour policies being followed by the government. The resolution adopted by Mahasangh at his convention includes – restructuring and strengthening of an industrial tripartite committee on power generation, etc.
Akhil Bhartiya Vidyut Majdoor Mahasangh is an association for employees working in the government-run electricity sector across the county.

Andrew B. Reiter