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Singareni strike likely to be partial

Staff Reporter

KARIMNAGAR: The proposed indefinite strike called by the Singareni Collieries Workers Union (SCWU), the recognised trade union affiliated to AITUC, from June 20 onwards demanding a charter of 47 demands in entire coal belt districts of Karimnagar, Adilabad, Warangal and Khammam is likely to be partial as other trade unions have decided not to participate in strike.

The other major trade unions such as INTUC affiliated to Congress, TBGKS (Telangana Boggu Gani Karmika Sangham) affiliated to TRS and the HMS have openly announced that they would not support the strike call. The CITU and IFTU are also not forthcoming on their plans.The trade union leaders have been alleging that the AITUC had served the strike notice to the Singareni management without consulting other trade unions of the coal belt as the recognised trade union wanted to cash in on the ensuing elections to the trade unions in the coal belt.

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