Bank Holidays Update: banks are closed for 3 consecutive days, do all your important work now

Bank Holidays: At the beginning of the month, there was news that on 27th June (Monday), bank unions would be on strike. Before this, June 25 is the fourth Saturday and June 26 is a Sunday holiday. In such a situation, it was being said that the work of the bank would be closed for three consecutive days
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Bank Holidays Update: banks are closed for 3 consecutive days, do all your important work now

Bank Holidays: At the beginning of the month, there was news that on 27th June (Monday), bank unions would be on strike. Before this, June 25 is the fourth Saturday and June 26 is a Sunday holiday. In such a situation, it was being said that the work of the bank would be closed for three consecutive days. In many reports, bank customers were asked to plan banking-related works from now on. But now a new update has come on this.

Demand to restore old pension scheme

According to the new update, bank unions have postponed the strike to be held on June 27. 7 lakh bank employees were said to be involved in this strike. The purpose of this strike is to amend the pension scheme for all pensioners, abolish the National Pension Scheme (NPS) and restore the old pension scheme for all bank employees.

9 bank unions had plans to join

The organizations have taken this decision after agreeing to start talks on the demands of the Indian Banks' Association (IBA). The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), a joint forum of nine bank unions including All India Bank Officers' Confederation (AIBOC), All India Bank Employees Association (IBEA), and National Organization of Bank Workers (NOBW), discussed pension-related issues and in a week. Threatened to go on strike demanding five working days.

After the meeting chaired by the Chief Labor Commissioner, AIBEA General Secretary CH Venkatachalam said that as per the agreement with IBA, the talks on these pending issues will start from July 1. Apart from this, the bank unions have also demanded the implementation of a new and revised pension scheme for all pensioners, the removal of the National Pension Scheme, and the re-implementation of the old pension scheme for all bank employees.