Consider objections raised by trade unions: BMS to govt

BMS has urged the government to pass the labour code on wages in Parliament as the earliest to benefit the workers.

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BMS has urged the government to consider the objections raised by the trade union to some of the provisions of labour codes before the same is tabled in Parliament.
The RSS-affiliate trade union BMS has urged the government to consider the objections raised by the trade union to some of the provisions of labour codes before the same is tabled in Parliament.

"BMS has conveyed to the government its serious objections on some of the provisions of Labour Codes, which are to be rectified before they are placed before the cabinet or sent to parliament", Saji Narayanan CK, president, Bharatiya Mazdoor Sanghi said in a statement on Wednesday.

BMS has further said that the government must ensure that any exercise in shaping the destiny of the workers and the country should not be done casually without considering its effects.


BMS has urged the government to pass the labour code on wages in Parliament as the earliest to benefit the workers.

Besides, BMS also has opposed privatisation of huge social security fund, because MNC insurance and PF companies will siphon the funds to the market and will charge higher premium and service charges.

"Hence BMS demands the Government to immediately consult the Trade Unions in the spirit of synergy and rectify glaring defects before any further step is taken on labour law reforms," Saji Narayanan added.
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