All India Bank Employee Association announces nationwide strike from December

AIBEA has announced a nationwide strike by bank employees starting December 4, demanding an end to outsourcing.

The All India Bank Employee Association (AIBEA) has announced a nationwide strike by bank employees starting December 4, demanding an end to outsourcing. The strike is expected to affect several major banks across the country, potentially disrupting banking services for millions of customers.

The banks that are likely to be affected by the strike include State Bank of India (SBI), Punjab National Bank (PNB), Punjab & Sind Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Union Bank of India, and Bank of Maharashtra.

The AIBEA, which represents a large number of bank employees across the country, has been vocal about its opposition to outsourcing in the banking sector. The association believes that outsourcing undermines the job security of bank employees and could potentially compromise the quality of banking services.

The strike is expected to cause significant disruption to banking services, with customers being advised to plan their banking activities accordingly. The banks have yet to issue a formal response to the strike call.

The AIBEA’s call for a strike comes at a time when the banking sector in India is undergoing significant changes, with digital banking and fintech solutions gaining prominence. The outcome of this strike could have far-reaching implications for the future of the banking sector in India.