National Monetization Pipeline Program, Inflation, Strong Differences Between Government-Union Organizations on Taliban Issues: Indian Trade Union Confederation Lalghum on Government Monetary Policy: Nationwide Protests Against Inflation on September 3.
New delhi date. 6: The central government, which is facing opposition from the opposition over the National Monetization Pipeline Program, has now come under fire from its own people. In addition to the program, unions affiliated with the union have expressed displeasure over inflation and the government’s formal meeting with the Taliban (BMS).
The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are at loggerheads over Delhi’s decision to announce monetary policy, delays in raising concerns over high inflation and Delhi’s formal engagement with the Taliban regime in the new Afghanistan. This information has been provided by the people involved in this matter.
According to RSS officials, the issue of rising prices has been underlined by various union affiliates. The Indian Trade Union Confederation (BMS), one of the largest labor unions in the RSS, has already passed a resolution in its national executive calling on the government to take corrective action against inflation. BMS general secretary Vinay Kumar Sinha said the situation has worsened since Korona. Workers are most troubled by job cuts and pay cuts and there is no control over inflation.
The BMS, which called for a nationwide protest against inflation on September 9, also suggested that in addition to mentioning the selling price of products, the government should also provide a label that includes the cost of production so that people know how much profit companies are making. “In the pharma sector, for example, there is no control over how much profit they can make,” Sinha said. Similarly, if the government is talking about one nation, one tax, why petrol has not been taken under GST to curb the daily price fluctuations affecting the life of the common man. We also demand that edible oils and other food items should also be brought under the Essential Commodities Act to curb profiteering and black market.