Bharat Bandh on 28, 29 March: Banking, Transport, Electricity likely to be hit, 5 Key pointers, Effects & Impacts; READ

Bharat Bandh: Against the policies of the Government of India, the Central Trade Union has announced a Bharat Bandh on 28-29 March.

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Bharat Bandh: Against the policies of the Government of India, the Central Trade Union has announced a Bharat Bandh on 28-29 March. 

All India Bank Employees Association says that the banking sector will also join the strike. Roadways, transport and electricity departments will also be part of the Bharat Bandh.

A forum of central trade unions has announced a Bharat Bandh on 28 March and 29 March. Bharat Bandh is being called against the policies of the Modi government, which are affecting the workers, farmers and general public. 

All India Bank Employees Association wrote on Facebook that the banking sector will also participate in this strike.

After taking stock of the preparations in many states, the unions have announced a two-day strike against the workers, farmers, people and anti-national policies. 


Employees of roadways, transport and electricity departments can also be involved in this. Know in seven points what effect this Bharat Bandh can have on our lives.

Understand the full story of the strike in seven points

1. The Joint Forum of Central Trade Unions held a meeting on 22 March 2022 in Delhi. In this, the preparations for the two-day all-India strike on 28-29 March 2022 in various states and sectors were taken stock of. It has been said in a statement that the policies of the government are anti-common people, workers and farmers.

2. The statement said that amidst the apprehensions of ESMA (Haryana and Chandigarh) roadways, transport and electricity employees have decided to join the strike.

3. Financial sectors including banking and insurance are also supporting this strike.

4. Unions in sectors like coal, steel, oil, telecom, postal, income tax, copper, banks, insurance have also been appealed to join the strike.

5. Unions of the railway and defence sector will bandh in support of strikes at hundreds of places across the country.

6. SBI says that banking services may be affected due to the strike. However, arrangements have been made to ensure normal functioning in its branches and offices. Some operations may be affected.

7. The strike is being held in protest against the government's decision to privatize public sector banks and the Banking Laws Amendment Bill-2021.

The Bharat Bandh

will include trade unions like INTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF and UTUC. On the other hand, the West Bengal government says that all offices will remain open during the Bharat Bandh. Employees are required to report for duty.

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