Report by KEC correspondent
The BMS has planned to warn the government that if it doesn’t go back on its privatisation policy, it will oppose it, if need be, on the streets. It has planned a meeting of its 44 mahasanghas in Hyderabad on 4 January 2022. It has decided to write to the PM that the privatisation policy is against the interests of the workers, and that is why the BMS is totally against it.
Shri Vinay Kumar Sinha, General Secretary of BMS, has said that the view of their organisation is clear and that we want to save public sector undertakings (PSUs). He said BMS is against privatisation of any kind.
It will demonstrate its opposition to the privatisation policy before the two-day country-wide strike called by the other ten major workers’ federations and unions to oppose the attacks on the working class like price rise, privatisation, the new labour codes, etc.