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The joint platform of Central Trade Unions insist on physical meeting
The joint platform of Central Trade Union organisations has written letter dated 22nd December 2020 to the Minister for Labour and Employment to conduct a physical meeting for discussion on the framing of rules for each of the four codes separately for any fruitful discussions in the matter. (The letter is attached herewith).
They are of the opinion that this kind of exercise, involving more than a score of stakeholders, through one single day video conference, on the draft rules of all the four labour codes, is meant only for the record and would serve no fruitful purpose. They are of the opinion that this exercise is being undertaken only to meet the criticism that this Government at the centre is violating tripartite consultations, as on the one hand, they cancel the winter session of the parliament, while on the other, throwing all precautions of distancing during the Covid pandemic, for the election campaign and their political rallies etc. Hence the undersigned central trade unions will not be a part of such a farce.
INTUC AITUC HMS
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