JTUCC has organised an Interaction Programme with Members of Parliament, Representatives of Different Political parties & Trade Unions to discuss the Labour Bill and Social Security Bill tabled in the Parliament.
During the programme, GEFONT Foreign Department Secretary and Advocate Cde. Ramesh Badal presented necessary amendment in Social Security Bill. Likewise, Advocate Yuvaraj Luietel highlighted about the amendment needed in Labour Bill.
Speaking in the programme, Suryaman Gurung- Minister of Labour & Employment said "Amendment issues presented by Trade Unions are positive, which will draw the attention of Members of Parliament. And decision will be taken hearing both Trade Unions and Employers perspectives. "
CPN UML Chief Whip Bhanubhakta Dhakal said "Labour agenda and amendment issues raised by JTUCC are very positive and CPN UML will discuss it with UML's Members of Parliament ."
Likewise, Nepali Congress Representative Ananda Prasad Dhungana Said "Our Party is always in favour of Labour and Peasant." He recommended everyone to work jointly to develop the industries in Nepal so that Nepali Youth migration will be stopped.
CPN Maoist Centre Representative & Advocate Ram Narayan Bidari stressed that Act should not be made only in favour of Workers or Employers but it must cover maximum citizens and Rights guaranteed by Constitution and Law should not be cut while making the Act.
Speaking in the Programme, GEFONT President Bishnu Rimal said "If the Parliament adopt contribution based Social Security Act and Proposed Labour Act as per agreement made earlier then 90% labour problems will be solved ". He also assured to play supportive role to make good Acts through extensive discussion.
JTUCC and NTUC President Khilanath Dahal urged to give priority to Social Security Bill & Labour Bill tabled in the Parliament. He said "These bills are proposed to regulate the labour sector which will be significant for future generation as well."
During the Discussion, ANTUF Vice President Ganesh Regmi, SAARTUC General Secretary Laxman Basnet, NTUC General Secretary Mahendra Yadav as well as various political parties representatives presented their views.