New Delhi: Many staff members of multi-level advertising firms organized a protest in the capital requiring enactment of a Central law which would determine and guard the interests of the real companies and workers working in the market, states PTI.
The laborers under the aegis of the All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) marched from Barakhamba to Jantar Mantar where they sat on a dharna.
Dealing with the protesters, senior CPI leader Gurudas Dasgupta stated, “There are more than 20 lakh staff members working in the multi-level advertising industry and their number is bound to expand due to market competitors.”
“Nonetheless, the current working conditions that are supplied to them by MNCs are very unsatisfactory. Income of multi-level advertising officials is incredibly questionable, where they have no security or social security.
AITUC National Secretary Amarjeet Kaur alleged the high – power seven member inter-ministerial committee established by the Ministry of Customer Affairs with nominees from numerous ministries and the RBI does not have any type of staff member representation.
“This lacuna will genuinely impact the quality of the fact finding report which will recommend and finally be submitted to the government by 31st August. Therefore, we do hope that the government will take proper actions to speak to all stakeholders,” she stated.