Procurement workers on strike over graft circumstances
Moga, November 24
Workers of state-owned foodgrain procurement businesses on Thursday went on a strike in all districts over their demand for the withdrawal of corruption circumstances registered towards some officers by the Vigilance Bureau (VB) prior to now few months. The protesters alleged that the VB was harassing workers of state procurement businesses.
The union president, Rajwant Singh Walia, mentioned, “All workers of Punsup, Pungrain, Markfed and the Punjab State Warehousing Company have stopped work in all districts
from in the present day.”
He warned that if the state authorities didn’t withdraw circumstances registered towards officers of those businesses, they might intensify their stir throughout the state.
The work of all meals businesses has nearly come to a standstill in all districts as a result of strike. The motion of foodgrains, distribution of wheat amongst individuals by means of the general public distribution system and procurement of foodgrains has been affected by the strike.