Bharatiya Mazdor Sang (BMS), an RSS affiliate, announced on Thursday national demonstrations against changes in labour laws in several states, including the abolition of labour laws in Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh. The date of the events is fixed at 20.00 hours. Mei.

The state governments of NN, MR and Gujarat are currently led by the Bharati Janata Party (BDP).

BMS said it would also protest against the extension of working hours by the governments of Rajasthan, Odisha, Goa and Maharashtra. Goa also has a BJP government. Punjab and Assam have also raised the working time limit from 8 hours a day to 12 hours, or 72 hours a week.

Working hours have been reduced from 8 to 12 hours. It has emerged that many other states are willing to follow this trend. This is a rare and unknown phenomenon in history, even in the most undemocratic countries, said FEZ director Virzes Upadkhyai in his statement.

According to Mr Apadhai, the main reason why the problems of migrant workers have worsened is that labour legislation is openly violated in most countries. We’ve been pushed against the wall, and there’s no other way but agitation, he said.

The LEZ has decided on a three-stage event.

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In a first phase, the state divisions of the free zone will be determined from the 16th to the 18th century. Can send letters to district authorities on local issues of non-payment of wages, loss of employment, assistance to unregistered workers, migrant workers and others.

The 20th. Between now and May, its workers will carry out protests at district level and in industrial districts, while maintaining a social distance.

The 30th and 31st. On 1 May, the EPZ organised sectoral agreements to amend labour legislation and requested their annulment.

The announcement of the EPZs followed similar protests previously announced by other trade union centres, left-wing parties and non-congressional trade unions.


Migrants driving trucks to their homes during the ongoing blockade of Kovid-19 in Matura Photo: ITP

The main issues that will be discussed are the freezing of labour legislation and the increase in working time in several states, issues relating to migrant workers, job losses, etc. The main issues that will be discussed are: the freezing of labour legislation and the increase in working time in several states, issues relating to migrant workers, the loss of jobs, etc.

This (labour law change) is unknown in history and rare, even in most non-democratic countries, according to a press release in which the EPZ adds that it has written to several prime ministers, but so far only Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chukhan has met with trade union leaders.

Previously, the trade unions affiliated with the Left and Congress had called for joint campaigns and national resistance in the factories and at the national level. The trade unions stated that they were considering lodging a complaint with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) about changes made to labour legislation by the governments of the states.

The government of Uttar Pradesh has proposed a draft decree exempting state-owned enterprises from almost all labour laws for the next three years. The Gujarat state government has announced that it will follow in the footsteps of UP and allow new companies to open stores exempt from basic labour laws in the next 1200 days.

The Government of the State of Madhya Pradesh has notified amendments to the Labour Code in order to remove the need for multiple permits for the recruitment of contract workers and the establishment of factories. Under the Factories Act of 1948, companies were exempted from various social security provisions and controls were replaced by third-party certification, thus exempting them from labour relations legislation.

For the past six years, the BMS has pursued a policy of constructive opposition with the BDP government in the centre, which has led to the boycott of calls for a national strike by other trade unions against the policy of the Narendra Maudie government in the centre.

The EPZs’ threat to protest against changes in labour legislation is a reminder that they do not agree with Modi’s plans to amend the Land Acquisition Act in 2015.

In the light of fierce resistance from RSS affiliates such as the BMS, Bharatiya Kisan Sang and Svadeshi Jagran Munch, as well as Congress leader Rahul Gandhi, the sarcara in costume and boot, the government abandoned the law at the time.

Mr Upadkhyai said the national unrest was a sign of solidarity with the fight against the anti-employee regulations of UP, MP, Gujarat and other labour issues.

He said the appeal was launched on Wednesday during a high-level video conference of the BMS, which strongly condemned the complete withdrawal of labour rights in UP, MP and Gujarat. During the meeting it was also decided to protest against Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Goa and Odisha for deciding to extend working hours, he said.

During the EPZ meeting it was discussed that in many countries the contractors/employers did not pay their salaries before April 2020. Moreover, it has been said that employees have lost their jobs.