UP govt extends ban on strikes in state departments for 6 months


Team Udayavani, Nov 26, 2020, 7:00 PM IST

Uttar Pradesh: The Uttar Pradesh government has extended the Essential Services Maintenance Act, banning strikes in all government departments and corporations for another six months.

The Act was extended after UP Governor Anandiben Patel granted permission for the same. The government’s decision was announced ahead of a nationwide strike called by central trade unions. Earlier, the Act was invoked on May 22.

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