Unions to march to Parliament on Feb 23

India National Trade Union Congress president G Sanjeeva Reddy said that the major demands were curbing inflation, upgradation of labour laws and abolition of contract labour among others.

Updated: Feb 20, 2011, 22:32 PM IST

Vijayawada: INTUC on Sunday said that
all the trade unions of the country will jointly hold a march
to the Parliament on February 23, to put forth their charter of
demands.

Speaking at a convention in Vijayawada, India National Trade
Union Congress (INTUC) president G Sanjeeva Reddy said the
major demands were curbing inflation, upgradation of labour
laws and abolition of contract labour among others.

Minimum monthly wages for unorganised labourers should
be fixed at Rs 7,000, while profitable PSUs should not be
disinvested, Reddy said.

For the banking sector, there should be a common
pension policy, he said.

PTI