November 26 #ConstitutionDay, also known as #SamvidhanDiwas is observed #OnThisDay every year to commemorate the adoption of the Constitution of India Also known #NationalLawDay November 26 is celebrated as the #ConstitutionDay since 2015. Give equal opportunity.
Today Law Day, enshrined workers to have balance deal of social security Right of Food,Right of Education, Right to affordable houses and old age pension is imperative to all Indian citizen as enshrined in national Constitution. Celebrating our pride Constitution day, Lest we may not leave our workers suffer.
Workers are in pathetic condition in India and introduction of contract workers from two pathways, employer and employee.
Globally workers liability is nusance to corporate skippers thus shot cut introduced is contract labour to ease liability of social security of workers. Hiring,contracting has taken shape of support supplier of man power to the company with no social security Man power companies, Hiring workers ,contract worker now involves a triangular relationship: principal employer, contractor (or manpower supply agency) and worker.
With such erratic changes in labour law, labour organizations lost credibility and workers condition assumed daily wage earners.
India’s 470 million-strong workforce with companies relying more on contract workers to lower fixed costs are in state of limboo with duo law & Covid prevailing across nation.
Under such circumstances the simmering condition of formal workers has to be burst. Left parties are champion of unions with its growing political influence could bring nation to awareness of labour laws and their ongoing pathetic condition.Labour with paltry income unable to give proper education to children,vicious circle of poverty found difficult to escape this horrendous cess pool but help caving more deeper.
Today-long countrywide strike has been called by a joint platform of ten central trade unions to protest against the central government’s new farm and labour laws, among other workers-related issues, as well as to raise various demands.
Various independent federations and associations are took part of the joint associations.
A Successful BharatBandh:Trade Union say that the number of workers who joined the natiowide agitation on Thursday exceed over 25 crore workers participated in nationwide. Kerala, Puducherry, Odisha, Assam Telangana,Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh total shut. Tamil Nadu16 distt,WB Tripua clashes.
Railway and defence employees have held demonstrations in support of the strike at their respective places of work.
As per the statement, operations of financial institutions such as banks and insurance companies have also been affected.
Be banks,taxi on roads roadways state government and central government employees, those from the Income Tax Department and other PSU workers are participating in the strike in a big way, the unions claimed.
Reports of successful strike in coal and copper mines, including other mineral resource mines, have been received. The employees of postal, telecom and steel sector were also in action and gramin dak sevaks observed 100 per cent strike,” the statement said.
The coal,copper, iron, aluminum mine workers along with those from defence, railways and other public sectors are also supported the strike.
Scheme workers, electricity employees, domestic workers, construction workers, beedi workers, hawkers, vendors, agricultural workers, self employed in rural and urban India are holding demonstrations at various places, even defying police restrictions, the statement said.
Today constitution day its national relevance emanates from 25 months debate, all section of Constitution.
Constitution Day is being celebrated today across the country to mark the adopting of the Indian Constitution by the Constituent Assembly. The day is also known as National Law Day and commemorates the adoption of the Constitution in India. On 26th November in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of the country formally adopted the Constitution of India which came into force on 26th January 1950. Constitution Day was first celebrated in 2015, when NDA Government decided to mark the day as a tribute to Dr B R Ambedkar who played an important role in its framing as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee.
The constituent assembly took two years, eleven months and seventeen days to accomplish the stupendous task of drafting the historic document. The Constitution declares India a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic, assuring its citizens justice, equality and liberty and endeavours to promote fraternity. It is also the longest written constitution of any sovereign country in the world