INTUC


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INTUC

(ˈɪntʌk)
n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Indian National Trade Union Congress
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INTUC Leader: "When I left my job in 1976 to join the INTUC as a full-timer, my monthly income was more than 1000 rupees.
It is their personal belief and they are welcome to believe in what they do," said Amit Yadav of INTUC.
INTUC is now planning to release a handbook setting out the rights of workers travelling abroad.
Permanent workers are not more than two hundred and recognized union is INTUC affiliated.
The panel after holding dicussions with the present and former MPs and MLAs, would hold similar consultations with the party's district unit leaders and office-bearers, members of the Youth Congress, Mahila Congress, INTUC and other wings of the party on Monday.
About 1,500 young INTUC volunteers attended the rally.
For the first time all trade unions including INTUC which is affiliated with Congress party were participating in the strike.
The Sanat Mehta Committee in 1982 suggested check-off system among others to determine the bargaining agent which enjoyed support only from INTUC and hence shelved (Arya, 1988).
Meanwhile, INTUC Arunachal Pradesh Branch President Padi Richo termed the event a trend setter, while Arunachal Chamber of Commerce and Industries President Lala Techi lauded it as a novel initiative of GoAP, particularly the Chief Minister and Industries Minister Tapang Taloh that would bring attitudinal change among the local youth.
The report quoted INTUC general secretary Nihil Mehta as saying "Workers cannot earn their wages at the cost of their lives - they are popping pain-killers owing to workload.
8 -- Functioning of government establishments was affected on Tuesday by the countrywide general strike called by eight central trade unions including Congress-affiliated INTUC against price rise, alleged violation of labour laws and disinvestment in PSUs.
Ironically, the protest against the government was spearheaded by INTUC, which is affiliated to the ruling Congress.