Bank services are frozen. Approximately 10 lakh bank employees across the country participated in the strike. 80,000 Tamil Nadu employees are involved. Employees are worried that the central government has seriously offended them by collecting only 2% of the salaries.
Employees and representatives from all government banks went on strike on Wednesday, May 30 at 6 am to demand a salary assessment. The strike was called for an unlimited strike for 48 hours on Friday morning, according to a joint statement from the union of UFOB bank employees.
“Banks are now in operational obligations, but the government is not worried about lending to defaulting debtors. In the past five years, the prices of various goods and services have increased and therefore the salaries of employees do not rise There is a lot of pressure on the bank’s employees, “said a Kozhikode employee in Hyderabad.
The bank’s employees were involved in the unrest in Bhagyanagar. Employees ceased in Warangal, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam and other cities. With the strike of bank employees, all banks in the public sector in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana were frozen. Commercial activities were hampered by the lack of financial transactions. There are also cash in cash machines and people are struggling.
Bank employees say the fight will continue in stages until wages rise, and the government will not worry if the government does not collapse. People also want to understand their problem and cooperate with them for canceling banknotes.
The SBI giant of the public sector, the Punjab National Bank, the Baroda Bank and other banks were blocked by the strike of the employees. Private banks continue to offer ICICI and HDFC services.