May Day celebrated on a grand note in Mancherial

May Day celebrated on a grand note in Mancherial
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Marking May Day celebrations, the Indian Federation of Trade Union (IFTU) has organised a huge rally with 131 metres long flag in Mancherial on Monday.

Mancherial: Marking May Day celebrations, the Indian Federation of Trade Union (IFTU) has organised a huge rally with 131 metres long flag in Mancherial on Monday.

IFTU state president Srinivas said workers fought against investors for their rights and earned May Day. He said the Central government has no right to celebrate May Day as there is no comprehensive law for as many as 40 crore people working in unorganised sector even after 70 years of independence.

He criticised the government for failing to provide equal wages for equal work. Srinivas demanded the release of 13 workers of Suzik Company in Haryana, against whom a murder case was foisted for fighting against the management for their rights.

IFTU leaders Lal Kumar Bhramham, Jaya Raj, Manga, Sri Latha and Jamuna were among those who took part.

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