Trade unions strike plan deferred, says Coal India

State-owned Coal India said that a three-day strike summons issued this month by five central trade unions at all of its subsidiaries had been postponed.

 

"...the representatives of trade unions, while considering the appeal of management, conveyed that the strike in the establishments of CIL and its subsidiaries is deferred," Coal India said in a regulatory filing on Wednesday.

 

A total of five trade unions -- BMS, INTUC, CITU, AITUC and HMS -- had given a call for strike from October 12-14 over the issues pertaining to wage payment, Nathulal Pandey, president of HMS-affiliated Hind Khadan Mazdoor Federation, told media.

After a court ordered the CIL management to pay salaries in accordance with the most recent agreement, the strike, according to the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), has been postponed.

"The strike has been deferred after a court order directing the company to pay the salaries as per the latest agreement," Amarjeet Kaur, General Secretary of All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC), told media.

 

On September 20, the public sector coal producer had said, "CIL is in receipt of joint strike notice from central trade unions...for observing 3 days strike from 5th to 7th October, 2023 in Coal lndia Ltd & its subsidiaries."

 

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