Twelve central unions ask for a physical pre-budget meeting

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman requested that a virtual pre-budget meeting be held on November 28 instead of Monday . The trade unions were depressed for calling the Pre-Budget meeting on virtual mode .

New Delhi, India, November 25: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman requested that a virtual pre-budget meeting be held on November 28 instead of Monday.Despite the total elimination of Covid requirements, the trade unions were depressed for calling the Pre-Budget meeting on virtual mode, and this for 75 minutes only for a consultation involving more than 12 central trade unions, according to the letter, which has possession.According to the letter, the trade unions encouraged the finance minister to seriously consider arranging a physical meeting with a feasible time allotment for effective consultation in the pre-Budget meeting.According to the physical verification carried out by the Labour Ministry, there are 12 national trade unions in our region.

The trade unions in the letter advised the finance minister to consider whether such a consultation exercise, which also with the major players, such as Labour Organizations, the most productive segment of the population, which are actually creating GDP (gross domestic product) and value creation for the whole economy, is truly viable or fair in a democratic governance model worthy of its The trade unions protested vehemently against the governmentministry's ritualistic approach, which was cited in the letter by INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF, and UTUC.

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