Train services are likely to be hit in the month of July as the Indian Railways drivers from the state and different parts of the country have resolved to go on a 48-hour hunger strike on 15 and 16 July and stop work from 17
July, to protest against several issues pertaining to irregularities in payment and resting time.
The clarion call by the loco drivers under the canopy of All India Loco Running Staff Association (AILRSA), comes after a mass protest held in the month of February by thousands of members at Jantar Mantar in Delhi. A large number of these drivers held several meetings in Kolkata and also participated in the mass protest in Delhi. Read More
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