More than 22 different employee unions plan to go on strike across the country in protest against the government’s decision to privatize India’s second-largest fuel retailer BPCL, spokespersons of the unions belonging to BPCL and Numaligarh Refinery told ETEnergyWorld.
Also, Federation of Oil PSU Officers (FOPO) and Confederation of Maharatna Companies (COMCO), claiming to represent over 70,000 officers of the oil and gas sector, have in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi voiced their opposition over privatisation of BPCL.
Representatives of four employee unions told ET EnergyWorld that oil sector employees across the country are concerned over the news of government cutting its stake in Indian Oil Corporation Read More
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