10 lakh government bank employees will be on strike today
10 lakh government bank employees will be on strike today

New Delhi: Tuesday, that is today's work will be stalled in about 1.5 lakh branches of public sector banks across the country. Because nearly 10 lakh officers and employees working in these branches will be on strike. Due to strike, going in the bank, collecting money and making drafts will not work.

But bank management says there is no need to worry about ATM because it has been provided enough money. On the other hand, online banking will not be affected. Meanwhile, major private banks like ICICI Bank and HDFC Bank are not included in the strike.

The nine officers of the union and employees have made the UNDET Forum of Bank Unions, which is under UFBU flag. UFBU warns that if the government does not accept their demands then they will strike for two days in October-November. Before this, a big rally will be held on September 15 in Delhi.

There are 17 demands for back unions. These include mainly:
1. Privatization of government banks should be stopped 
2. Banking merged with banks
3. Loose loans of companies should not be taken into account
4. Those who have not knowingly been liable to be treated as criminals
5. The recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee should be implemented on the recovery of stranded debts.
6. For the stranded loan, the accountability of the people sitting on the top of the bank should be decided.
7. Cancellation of bank board BureauNot to increase the service charge in the name of GST.
8. The cost of the coffin should be paid off
9. All the new appointments should be done at all levels
Union office bearers say the challenges of the banking industry are increasing. They have alleged that the government is engaged in adopting different legal paths rather than the appropriate steps to deal with the trapped debt arising from the dangerous level so that the balance sheet of the banks will be cleaned, but the burden will be borne by the banks themselves. On the other hand, adequate capital is not being provided to banks.
The union has alleged that the burden of the trapped debt of big companies is being put on the common people as service charges and on the savings account, interest rates are being reduced. Referring to the State Bank of India, the bank unions have said that the reduction in the rate of interest on the savings account will benefit from Rs 4400 crores, but SBI did not give details of what was causing them to be damaged by disbursing a loan.


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