Petroleum trade unions warn on launching a strike

Wednesday, 17 May 2017 - 13:41


Petroleum trade unions say they will launch an unannounced island wide strike, if their demands were not met by May 22.

Convener of the trade unions, D.J.Rajakaruna stated that the reason for this action would be the government not yet informing their unions regarding the agreement the government has come into with India over Trincomalee Oil Tanks.

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