The Organized Labour says there is no court order stopping ongoing nationwide strike.
The Organised Labour has clarified that it did not receive any court order stopping the ongoing nationwide strike that began yesterday.
It also accused the government of repeatedly flouting court orders, all the while, demanding strict adherence to judicial rulings from other institutions
The labour leader has announced that once the unions receive a court order regarding the ongoing strike, they will consult their legal team and make a decision accordingly.
Workers in several states joined the strike, shutting down activities at several government-owned facilities.
Partial compliance was observed in certain states as the industrial action unfolded, with a number of workers choosing to carry on with their regular duties.