NEW DELHI: Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS), a commerce union which is backed by the RSS, has requested the centre to rethink its coverage of privatising public sector undertakings (PSUs).
On Thursday, BMS leaders met union defence minister Rajnath Singh and urged him to assessment the choice to corporatise ordnance factories.
The BMS additionally submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying that the central authorities should rethink privatisation of PSUs.
The RSS-backed commerce union acknowledged that the central authorities should maintain discussions with commerce unions and get an perception on the bottom actuality earlier than privatising PSUs.
The BMS leaders mentioned that measures like dividing PSUs into core and non-core sectors and corporatisating defence and railway institutions and contractualisation of jobs have been lopsided insurance policies.
The BMS leaders mentioned that such choices of the central authorities may not yield anticipated leads to future.
“If the federal government intends to boost cash for the maintenance of the pro-poor schemes, it ought to recuperate the identical from corrupt officers, politicians and massive industrialists as a result of that’s actually the poor man’s cash serving the corrupt whereas the PSUs are public cash serving the general public,” the BMS acknowledged within the memorandum.
“Most of those personal company managements are solely interested by increasing their enterprise and incomes income. Their priorities are completely different,” the BMS mentioned.