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After truck unions, now labour unions on govt’s radar

Now labour unions on radar. Narinder Jagga Chandigarh After truck unions, it seems now that it is the turn to disband labour unions in Punjab. In the proposed food policy, there is a suggestion to disband the labour unions. According to sources, the work of labour has taken back from the contractors and given to sheller

Truck Operators protest outside DC office, demands roll back decision

DP Correspondent , Jalandhar, August 8:-Truck Operators protest. Agitated over Punjab government’s decision of disbanding truck operator unions, the All India Punjab Truck Operators Union on Tuesday staged a dharna outside Deputy Commissioner’s office.The truck operators led by its president Happy Sandhu raised anti-Punjab government slogans and demanded to roll back it decision. Recently, the truck operators had also

Truck operators sets truck on fire, raise anti government slogans

Truck operators sets truck fire, raise anti government slogans. Up in arms against Punjab government’s decision of disbanding truck operator unions, an agitated truck operator set his lone truck on fire in the presence of agitated union members in Nakodar on Wednesday evening. The truck operators under the banner of All India Punjab Truck Operators

Truck unions made big decision against Capt. govt.

Truck unions made big decision Captain Government. Whenever Punjab government will issue the notification to dissolve the truck unions, next day they will protest against the government’s decision by burning trucks in all the districts of Punjab. This decision was made in Punjab truck union meeting in Doraha.They said that dissolution of unions would push

Punjab CM Captain Amarinder rules rollback ban truck unions

Punjab CM rules out rollback of ban on truck unions

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app Click For Android Click For IOS Chandigarh, July 17: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has ruled out a rollback of the government decision to ban truck unions in the state, but has assured that the views of all stakeholders would be taken before the

Over 90,000 trucks stay off road in Punjab

90,000 trucks stay off road Punjab operators chakka jam. Chandigarh, Jul 9, Over 90,000 trucks today stayed off road in Punjab to protest against the state government’s move to disband truck unions. There was a complete ‘chakka jam’ in the state as 93,000 trucks remained off road, All Punjab Truck Operators’ Union, president, Happy Sandhu said

Truck unions announce dharna on June 28 in Punjab

In Punjab, truck unions were banned by the Punjab government in the last days, from which there is a protest movement in various truck unions of Punjab. The truck unions have announced protests on June 28 in Punjab. This information was given by the leaders of the truck unions in all the districts of Punjab

PACL Factory: Pace of work slow down due to the MAY 9 blast

The pace of work has slowed down in the PACL factory due to the May 9 blast. Due to which Truck operators and drivers of Nangal city are now facing economic crisis.Truck operators are unable to pay vehicle installments and their expenses. The transporter may have to send their vehicles.Nangal has two major factories in