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Around 40 lakh railway employees will join the postal, defence and other Central government employees in the indefinite strike from July 11, working president of All India Railwaymen Federation (AIRF) N Kanniah has said.
Addressing a dharna in front of the Divisional Railway Office to drum up support for the July 11 stir, Kanniah said the agitation was not only for settling wage disparities but also to highlight the anti-labour policies and the decisions to privatise Railways, defence, and postal wings.
If the decisions are not reversed, Kanniah said, freight and passenger fare will increase. The poor man will be made to suffer by multinational companies. He said the union had issued a strike notice to the GM, Southern Railway.