Stop the Privatisation of Ordnance Factories: Stand with Ordnance Worker’s in their countrywide strike

The NTUI stands in solidarity with the 82,000 ordnance factory workers and several thousand officers who went on strike since 20 August 2019 to oppose the BJP government’s plan to corporatise the 41 ordnance factories located in Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and West Bengal. The call […]

Continue reading


मज़दूरों की नहीं मालिकों की पक्षधर है श्रम संहिता

भाजपा सरकार ने लोक सभा में दो विधेयक पेश किये हैं – मजदूरी संहिता 2019 एवं उपजीविकाजन्य सुरक्षा, स्वास्थ्य और कार्यदशा संहिता, 2019। मजदूरी संहिता निवर्तमान 4 श्रम क़ानूनों – न्यूनतम मजदूरी अधिनियम, मजदूरी संदाय अधिनियम, बोनस संदाय अधिनियम और समान पारिश्रमिक अधिनियम को समेकित और संशोधित करने की ओर लक्षित है। वहीं, सुरक्षा, स्वास्थ्य […]

Continue reading


Union Budget 2019-20: Same old wheel, neither oiled nor cleaned

In the General Elections just past, the Bharatiya Janata Party made virtually no material promises to the people of the country. Consequently, the Union Budget 2018-19 offers nothing to anyone except to foreign and Indian capital. In the opening statement of Budget Statement 2019 (BS), the BJP government identifies ‘India Inc’ as ‘India’s job creators’ […]

Continue reading