SBI not party to today's strike
By Neelima Shankar
Sep 7, 2010
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Officials of the largest bank of the country, State Bank of India have decided not to join the all India strike to be held on September 7.

A host of public sector bank employees have joined the strike called by the All India Bank Employees' Association (AIBEA) for a number of reasons including granting banking license to more foreign banks in the country.

The strike call has been given external fraternal support by All India Bank Officers' Confederation, said G D Nadaf, General Secretary, All India State Bank Officers' Federation and All India Bank Officers' Confederation.

Public sector lender, Indian Bank has reported to the stock exchanges that the strike would be observed on September 7, in support of the strike called by National Trade Convention.


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