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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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OFB unions call for ‘indefinite strike'

by Jon Grevatt

Unions representing nearly 80,000 workers at the India's Ordnance Factory Board (OFB) have called an “indefinite strike” in response to the government's recent decision to split the state-run organisation's 41 factories into seven corporate entities.

A letter published by the unions said they “strongly feel that the entire process to corporatise the OFB is stage-managed, hasty, and taken in a hurried manner, without any application of mind about the impact of this decision on the defence preparedness of our country and also about the future and service conditions of 76,000 employees”.

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