Tea workers may not have had their demands fulfilled, but their united voice brings in a new era of workers' rights.
The government will form a new wage board for the garment sector in response to the apparel workers’ continued unrest in the previous four consecutive days, Lawmaker Shajahan Khan said today.
On May 20, 1921, around 3,000 tea labourers were waiting at Chandpur railway station.
Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu hints at forming a new wage board for journalists of the electronic media and televisions.
Sangbadik-Sramik-Karmachari Oikya Parishad (SSKOP), a platform for journalists and media personnel today threatened to go on a greater movement if their demand for the announcement of the 9th Wage Board for media people is not met by a month.
President Abdul Hamid expresses his hope that the government will give due attention to salary disparities of journalists following the announcement of new national pay scale.