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Bank operations hit; SAIL, NMDC staff join Bharat Bandh

The Kerala High Court on Monday directed the LDF administration to forthwith issue orders preventing its STAFF from abstaining from duty as part of the two-day strike

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UCO Bank employees shout slogans during Bharat Bandh, in New Delhi on Monday. Photo: PTI

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Banking services, especially branch operations and clearing work at public sector banks, were impacted in many parts of the country as employees joined the two-day nationwide strike to oppose the central government’s policies, including privatisation of banks. Treasury operations, however, were running smoothly, bankers said.

A joint forum of central trade unions has given a call for a nationwide strike on March 28 and 29 to protest against the government policies affecting workers, farmers, and people.  Thousands of workers of state-owned SAIL, RINL and NMDC also joined the nationwide strike, affecting production at steel plants and mines.

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First Published: Mar 28 2022 | 11:52 PM IST

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