Bank Holidays: Public sector banks are going to remain closed for three consecutive days in the last week of June. If you have any work related to the bank, then you can plan it from now.
If you are planning any bank-related work in the last week of June, then this news is for you. Yes, in the last week of June, banks are going to be closed for three consecutive days. If you do not plan now, then you may have problems. In fact, public sector bank employees threatened to go on strike on June 27 (Monday).
Announcement to go on strike on June 27
Giving information on behalf of the employee organizations, it was told that their main demands include 5 working days in a week and pension-related issues. If the bank employees go on strike on June 27, then the bank will not work for three consecutive days, because 25 is a bank holiday due to the fourth Saturday, and 26 being a Sunday. Bank employees have given the warning to go on strike on the third day on Monday.
9 bank unions decide to strike
United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), a joint body of nine bank unions including All India Bank Officers’ Confederation (AIBOC), All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA) and National Organization of Bank Workers (NOBW) decided to go on strike. People may also have to face problems due to the impact of the functioning of the bank.
7 lakh workers will join the strike
AIBEA General Secretary CH Venkatachalam said after the UFBU meeting that their demands include an amendment in the pension scheme for all pensioners and abolition of the National Pension Scheme (NPS) and old pension scheme for all bank employees. Includes restore. AIBOC General Secretary Soumya Dutta said that around 7 lakh workers across the country will participate in the strike.