Resentment brewing among workers as unemployment surges, says BMS
   Date :18-Jun-2021

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Ramesh Patil, C V Rajesh, Ramesh Ballewar, Ravindra Himte and Ashok Bhutad at the conference.
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In the previous year, the Central Government imposed a 21 day lockdown in March which was later extended till end of August due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of this, all economic activities were stopped from functioning. The lives of the workers were badly affected. Especially those workers whose bread and butter depended on daily wages. Changes in workers law, lack of social security, civil protection and economic decisions leading to unemployment have created an atmosphere of dissatisfaction among workers.
This was observed by L P Katakwar, National Vice-President of Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), while speaking at the 19th triennial conference of BMS. The inauguration of the 19th triennial virtual convention of the BMS, Vidarbha Pradesh was recently organised in a grand manner under the leadership of Ramesh Ballewar, President of BMS, Vidarbha Pradesh in the auditorium of Devi Ahilyabai Temple, Dhantoli. Ramesh Ballewar, L P Katakwar C V Rajesh, Organising Secretary of BMS (West), Ravindra Himte, National Secretary, Ashok Bhutad, Working President and Ramesh Patil, Organising Secretary were present on the dias.
On the occasion, flag hoisting, lighting of traditional lamp and garlanding the portrait of ‘Bharat Mata’ were conducted in the presence of the chief guest. Prakash Sowany, General Secretary of BMS, Vidarbha Pradesh, presented the report of the last three years and accounts by Ram Telang. Special guidance was given by Sudhir Waradpande, Bhag Sanghchalak of Rashtriya Swayanksevak Sangh (RSS) and B Surendran, Organising Secretary of BMS, informs a press release issued by Suresh Chaudhari, Chief PRO of BMS.