Number of Trade Unions fighting for worker's rights reducing, says leader...

Dr Devendra Srivastava is in Satna Madhya Pradesh and is talking to veteran trade union leader Comrade Ramesh Dwivedi who tells him that the number of trade unions who fight for the rights of workers is reducing day by day. He gives an example of people who worked for a mine for Steel Authority of India Ltd a govt company and lost their jobs in 1994 are yet to get their benefits. Many of those 214 workers have also died. For more DevendraJi@9993489947

Posted on: Dec 29, 2013. Tags: Dr Devendra Srivastava

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