Union leaders make lakhs of rupees by collecting money from temporary employees by promising them job contracts and regularisation of service.
According to statement protest day to be observed through massive demonstrations/mobilizations at the workplaces, and industrial centres/areas and also burning the copies of the Labour Codes.
As many as 900 personnel who had completed 10 years of service and 240 duty shifts would be considered for regularisation.
Left parties and a joint platform of ten central trade unions have extended its support to a call of 'Bharat Bandh' by farmer organisations on December 8.
As the left government in Kerala supported the strike, almost all the government offices remained closed and vehicles were off the road. Most of the shops and business establishments remained shut.
A statement has been issued by a joint forum comprising 10 central trade unions.
The ten trade unions are NTUC, AITUC, HMS, CITU, AIUTUC, TUCC, SEWA, AICCTU, LPF and UTUC.
The case has taken serious proportions as the three main investigating agencies in the country — CBI, NIA, ED — are carrying out simultaneous inquiries into various aspects.
While Uttar Pradesh has suspended major labour laws, Madhya Pradesh has tweaked some rules amid the lockdown to spur economic activities. As per media reports, Gujarat, Tripura and many other states are following suit.
In a joint statement issued on Monday, the central trade unions also threatened to give a call for nationwide agitation to protest against the suspension of labour laws by state governments.