Indore: ATMs go cashless due to strike

Indore: The local ATMs were left cashless in the city on the second day of nation-wide strike observed by banks and central government employees on Wednesday. This caused inconvenience to people. The employees and officers of all the central government departments are on strike to press for their eight-point charter of demands. They include over 3000 employees working with banks, insurance companies, BSNL, income tax, central excise, posts and telegraph.

Bankers held a meeting at Gandhi Hall on Wednesday and later walked up to commissioner and labour commissioner’s office in a rally where they submitted memorandum. MK Shukla, chairman of MP Bank Employees Association, said bankers had gathered at Gandhi Hall at 11 am for demonstration. Demands Withdrawal of mew pension scheme and rolling out new statutory pension scheme Amendments in minimum wages, suggestion of 7th pay commission and fitment formula Vacancies should be filled immediately Equal wage for equal work Closure of PSUs should stop

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