Workers' protest rally in Kamalganj two tea gardens, Bangladesh

Tea workers protesting at the Gate of Authorities Office

Activist Tea Workers said that the workers 'wages agreement for tea workers at the end of every two years has expired but the workers' wages agreement has expired in January of the year 2017. Since the new agreement has not been signed for a long time, family members of five to seven members of the daily wage of 85 rupees are forced to run their family in distress. A memorandum was passed to two tea garden managers demanding the implementation of the wage agreement.

Workers' protest rally in Kamalganj two tea gardens, Bangladesh

(Bangladesh Anarchist Network-BAN)

There is no need for traditional political parties to get their rights. Kamalgonj Tea workers have proved their activities only if they are conscious of their own right and without being a member of the most pretentious political party. March 30, 2018 was a special day for their demanding movement.

In the third round of protests against the owner of the workers in making wages agreement with the tea laborers, the workers in Kalma and Chambera tea garden of Kamalganj upazila observed the last day's demonstration and two-hour strike. Later, tea workers protested and protested in front of the main gate of two tea gardens. The tea workers held a protest meeting from 9am to 11pm on Friday morning.

In front of the main gate of Kurma tea garden factory, in front of the main gate of the garden panchayat president Narad Pati chaired a protest meeting; Manu Dhalai Valley (region) president Gopal Nunia, vice president Gayetri Rani Rajver, Baghachra tea garden panchayat president Rakhal Goala, former UP Member Nuru Haque, women's member Krishna Kawest, laborer Sardar Balak Das Pineka and labor leader Raji Kairy. At the same time, in the meeting with the president of the garden panchayat president Shankar Bunnery in front of tea garden main chamber in Chambera, in the protest meeting, Tea Workers said, "Tea workers are NOT happy, Lashmani kari, Laksmi Alikk, Mukta Alikk."

Activist Tea Workers said that the workers 'wages agreement for tea workers at the end of every two years has expired but the workers' wages agreement has expired in January of the year 2017. Since the new agreement has not been signed for a long time, family members of five to seven members of the daily wage of 85 rupees are forced to run their family in distress. A memorandum was passed to two tea garden managers demanding the implementation of the wage agreement.

It is to be noted that on March 23, the workers of Tea Workers organized a similar program in the same tea plantation in Kamganj upazila on Saturday, five tea gardens at Shamshergan union and on 24 March in Alinagar tea garden of Kamalganj upazila.

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Mar 31 2018 05:37

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  • There is no need for traditional political parties to get their rights. Kamalgonj Tea workers have proved their activities only if they are conscious of their own right and without being a member of the most pretentious political party.

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