Published on: February 1, 2023
Authors: Dilpreet Singh, Rohit Dhawan
Multiple national unions decided to hold year-long campaigns against the new labor reform and privatization and corporatization of the public sector, including strikes and protests. Depending on the scale of the movements, implementation of the new labor codes may be indefinitely delayed.
As reported in The Hindu newspaper on 30th January, the meeting resolved to fight back labor codes, policies of privatization of public sector undertakings (PSU), sale of national resources and assets to corporates, subjugation of the Indian economy to international capital to the detriment of Indian self-reliance, sovereignty and independence. The trade union leaders worried about the growing disparity and inequity in the country that’s making life miserable for the common masses.
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