NCP launches its trade union wing
New Delhi: Seeking to carve out more space,
the NCP today launched its trade union wing with party chief
Sharad Pawar asserting that efforts should be made to mobilise
workers in the unorganised sector in a big way.
"We should have 10-15 lakh members from the unorganised
sector in the years to come," said Pawar launching the
Nationalist Labour Congress (NLC) in the capital here.
With the launch of the NLC, the NCP joins other major
national parties like the Congress, BJP, CPI(M), CPI which
have trade unions affiliated to them.
The NLC is an initiative of NCP General Secretary
Govindrao Adik who said the labour sector was one area where
the NCP did not have adequate representation.
Pawar said the NCP`s trade union wing would not make any
distinction among workers on the grounds of religion or caste
and the effort would be to take all sections of the society
He also asked the NLC to also focus on areas like housing
initiatives for workers and education avenues for their
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