BSNL Employees numbering around 2,50,000 will go on a 48 hours strike on 21-22 April 2015 demanding the government to take urgent steps for the Revival of BSNL, which is in loss for the last 4 years due to the anti-PSU neo-liberal policies of the government. BSNL is a PSU which was posting very good profit till 2006-2007 and had gone on loss, mainly due to the non-purchasing of equipment and cancellation tenders for the same.

The BSNL Workers have already organised massive dharnas on 6-8 January 2015 all over the country and a Historical March to Parliament on 25th February. The next step is the 48 hours, two day strike on 21-22 April 2015. In between Circle level Conventions and signatures of the Memorandum  to the Prime Minister will be collected and remitted.

The strike proposed from 17th March was postponed to bring all the unions together and to ensure a complete strike.

Let us March ahead for a 100% strike to save BSNL.