Upset with the government’s plan to corporatise railways’ production units, the Indian Railways’ largest workers’ union has warned the ministry of an unrest brewing among the national transporter’s workforce.
The Railway Ministry’s first 100 days’ plan under the new government envisages corporatisation of its seven production units and associated workshops under one entity called the Indian Railway Rolling Stock Company.
The 100-day plan also said the ministry will soon consult various workers’ unions on the issue and seek the Cabinet approval of the proposal within the first 100 days of the newly elected government. Read More
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