Bank Strike Latest News: In the last week of January, customers going to the bank may face problems. Bank’s services may remain disrupted from January 28 to January 31. Let us tell you what is the reason-
Bank Strike 2023: In the last week of January, customers going to the bank may face trouble. Bank’s services may remain disrupted from January 28 to January 31. Let us tell you that a decision has been taken by the bank union to go on strike for 2 days. Due to the bank strike, many services ranging from withdrawing cash from ATMs can be affected.
Banking services will remain affected for 4 days
Bank union has announced bank strike on 30 and 31 January. Along with this, January 28 is the fourth Saturday, due to which banks will remain closed. On the other hand, on January 29, due to Sunday, banks will be closed, so you can finish your important work on Friday or else you can finish your work on February 1.
Why is the strike happening?
United Forum of Bank Union (UFBU) meeting was held in Mumbai in which bank unions have decided to go on strike for two days. Bank unions are going on strike to pressurize the government to meet their demands.
Giving information, CH Venkatachalam, General Secretary of All India Bank
Employees Association said that a meeting of the United Forum has been held, in which it has been decided to go on strike for 2 days. He has told that there is a demand of bank unions that the banking work should be done for 5 days. Along with this, the pension should also be updated.
There is a demand to increase the salary,
along with this there is a demand of the employees that NPS should be abolished and talks should be held to increase the salary. Apart from all this, there has been a demand to start the recruitment process in all the cadres. The union has decided to go on strike regarding all these demands.