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This month, banks will be closed for three days in a row due to the demands of bank employees who went on strike

On the other hand, if the employees go on strike, the banks will be closed for three days in a row, because the fourth Saturday of the month is a holiday, and the 26th is a Sunday. So, today is Monday, June 27th, and a strike warning has been issued for that day.

In the last week of June, employees of public sector banks may go on strike. The United Forum of Bank Unions (UFBU), a federation of nine bank unions, has threatened to strike.

On the other hand, if the employees go on strike, the banks will be closed for three days in a row, because the fourth Saturday of the month is a holiday, and the 26th is a Sunday. So, today is Monday, June 27th, and a strike warning has been issued for that day.

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Bank Strike
Bank Strike

What are the requirements for bank employees

Banks, according to some, should only work five days a week. This rule applies to the majority of private-sector large corporations. Employees of public sector banks will go on strike on June 27 if the government does not accept their demands for five days of work and a pension, according to the UFBU. Amendments to the pension scheme for all retirees, as well as the abolition of the National Pension Scheme, are among their demands. Aside from that, the old pension scheme for all bank employees is being restored.

Soumya Dutta, general secretary of the All India Bank Officers’ Confederation (AIBOC), estimated that around 7 lakh employees across the country will join the strike. The All India Bank Officers’ Confederation (AIBOC), All India Bank Employees Association (AIBEA), and National Organization of Bank Workers are among the nine bank unions that make up the UFBU (NOBW). At the same time, the bank will be closed for three days due to the strike.

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