Bengaluru: Around 900 employees affiliated with Bangalore Metro Rail Employees Union have decided to go on indefinite strike from March 22 seeking various demands from the management. The union has given a notice the BMRCL management in this regard. The Metro employees demand perks and salary on par with Delhi and Jaipur metro employees.
The BMRCL Employees Union said though it is registered and affiliated to the Indian National Trade Union Congress, it has not yet been recognised. The Metro management warned that it would invoke provisions of the Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) and action would be taken if anyone resorts to disrupting metro services. The BMRCL managing director Mahendra Jain told media that the Metro service has been declared as essential services under Essential Services Maintenance Act and stringent action would be taken if anyone resorts to disrupting metro services.
What are their demands?
- Recognition of Bengaluru Metro Rail Employees Union Immediate implementation of 3RD PRC ( implemented by Delhi Metro) and arrears in a single instalment to be implemented from 01.01.2017.
- As per 3rd, PRC gives 35 per cent perks. Also to obey the order of Central Public Enterprises.
- Immediate implementation of Standing Orders Revise the BMRCL Employees’ Promotion Rules.
- Removal of officers of other states from Office and Management positions and immediate removal of corrupt officials.
- A delegation of Officers from the Deputy Commissioner for 5 years up to the parent company.
- Stop harassment of employees, memo, letter, an apology on a day-to-day basis.
Requesting anonymity an employee said the management cannot implement ESMA on striking employees as the matter is sub-judice.
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Employees have planned to protest in three locations:-
- Front of BMTC Complex
- BMRCL Corporate Office in Shantinagar and
- Baiyappanahalli BMRCL office.
In a press release issued, the union alleged that the management harassed office bearers and active workers on false pretexts in all conceivable manner by resorting anti-union and anti-labour policies to suppress the union.