Worker unions oppose proposed Electricity Amendment Bill
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Worker unions oppose proposed Electricity Amendment Bill

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Chandigarh, May 3: National Co-ordination Committee of Electricity Employees and Engineers on Sunday expressed its agony over bringing in the proposed Electricity Amendment Bill 2000 in the wake of nationwide lockdown.

Members discussed the situation in the power sector over video conferencing from here, which was presided over by Shailendra Dubey Chairman of All India Power Engineers Federation (AIPEF).

The committee alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also given consent to go ahead keeping priority over the struggle of India against COVID-19. Convener Prasanta N Chowdhury said a National Protest Day would be observed after the lockdown period through wearing 'Black Badges' by the electricity employees and engineers across the country.

(UNI)

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