Bank employees in India are on a two-day strike. They are protesting against the new banking law amendment act that is being presented in parliament. This law allows foreign investment and also eases mergers in the banking sector among
August 24, 2012

Bank employees in India are on a two-day strike. They are protesting against the new banking law amendment act that is being presented in parliament. This law allows foreign investment and also eases mergers in the banking sector among other issues.

In fact they are protesting against economic liberalization in the banking sector and demanding improved working conditions.

Press TV's Sanjay Sethi report from New Delhi.

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