Power employees announce series of stir over 'Electricity Amendment Bill-2021'
Expressing their staunch opposition to the alleged move of the authorities concerned to privatize the Power sector
GUWAHATI: Expressing their staunch opposition to the alleged move of the authorities concerned to privatize the Power sector, the Assam chapter of CCOEEE (Coordination Committee of Electricity Employees, Engineers & Pensioners) on Sunday announced a series of agitations over 'Electricity (Amendment) Bill-2021'.
Mentionably, these agitational programmes will be part of the already announced agenda of by the NCCOEEE (National coordination Committee of Electricity Employees, Engineers & Pensioners) earlier. The stir will commence from tomorrow when the Monsoon session of the Parliament will also start.
The convenor of Assam chapter of CCOEEE, Dipak Kumar Saha said, "We have initiated the national-level protest programmes as the 'Electricity (Amendment) Bill-2021' is slated to be placed in the Parliament during the monsoon session from July 19 to August 13. "According to the announced stir schedule, demonstrations will be held in all the power stations on July 19 to be followed by submission of memoranda to Union Power Minister and staging of demonstrations on July 27. "On July 29, power employees will convene protest meetings against the Bill. From August 3 to 6, protests and demonstrations over the issue will be held in New Delhi. On August 10, token protest demonstrations for two hours will be held across the nation.