Many important resolutions passed in ILU national convention.

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Mr. J. Patil releasing the calendar as other delegates look on.

Nagpur Feb. 22 (Special Correspondent) The Independent Labour union (ILU) has passed various important resolutions in the national convention held at Suresh Bhat auditorium here recently under the chairmanship of Mr. J. S. Patil, National President of the Union.

Dr. K. P. Swaminathan, N. B. Jaronde, Mukesh Jatao, Vice Presidents, A. V. Kiran, General Secretary, Mahesh Chandra, P. Subramaniam, Dr. Dinesh Nimbria, Sanjay Ghodke, Indraraj Meena, Joint Secretaries, Dewanand Fulzele, Mr. Wade Special Invitees were prominently present at the concluding session.

The delegates from across the country held elaborate deliberations in the two-day convention and finally adopted the resolutions which were declared to have been passed amidst tremendous applauses.

The resolutions included- Vacant Posts of SC, ST, OBCs in all Central, State Govt. services and Public Sector entities should be filled in immediately to overcome unemployment among the deprived section of the Society. Provide Minimum wages to Contract Labourers as per minimum living Standard and price index. 27 lakh Anganwadi Sevika and Helpers be covered under the definition of workman and minimum wages be provided to them, Reservation be provided to SC, ST, OBCs in Public Sector Enterprises privatised by Central and State Governments.

NPS is against the Article-21 which provides right to live with dignity, hence old pension should be implemented for all the employees, Employment should be provided to Contract Labourer on regular basis, EPF-95 Pension should be augmented for employees retired before and after 2014 as per directives of the Supreme Court,  Reservation in Promotion be given as per the directions of Supreme Court, Creamy Layer and hence it should not allow Creamy Layer should not be applied to SC and ST as the concept is against the law of representation were the other resolutions passed in the convention.

ILU represents the majority of the labourers among SC, ST, OBC in all sectors. Therefore, representation should be provided at the International Labour Organisation and Indian Labour Organisation to ILU and should be included in the list of National Trade Unions approved by the Central Govt., Social Security be provided to the Agriculture Labourer including Payment as per Minimum Wages Act, Article 21(A) of the constitution of India be implemented thoroughly and Equal, Free and Compulsory education in English language be provided to all the citizens of India also comprised the resolutions.

The representatives of more than 46 workers unions across the country affiliated to the ILU attended the convention and presented their difficulties. The office bearers of the Union who performed commendable services were felicitated on the occasion. A calendar was also released at the hands of Mr. Patil at the programme.

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