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Trade unionists plan protest

Staff Correspondent

HASSAN: V. Sukumar, convener of the Joint Committee of Trade Unions' (JCTU), has said that preparations are on to observe a bandh on September 29 following the all-India general strike call given by the Federation of Trade Unions to protest against the alleged failure of the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance (UPA) Government in implementing the common minimum programme agreed upon during the formation of the Government.

The JCTU will also stage a demonstration in front of the office of the Deputy Commissioner in Hassan to urge the Government to meet the 16 demands put forth by federation. All unions affiliated to the federation will serve strike notices on the Union and State governments on the occasion, he said.

Mr. Sukumar alleged that the UPA Government has belied the hopes of people by not implementing the common minimum programme.

In view of this, seven major trade unions have decided to launch a protest against the UPA Government, he added.

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