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- Railway Employees Organization also opened a front against the government
AIRF has decided to hold dharna on 26 July in railway premises across the country after the name of All India Railway Men’s Federation General Secretary and JCM leader Shiv Gopal Mishra was named in the spying through Pegasus software. After the attacking stand of the opposition parties, the Railway Employees Organization has also opened a front against the government. The name of All India Railway Men’s Federation General Secretary and JCM leader Shiv Gopal Mishra has also come up among those affected by espionage, claimed by AIRF General Secretary Shiv Gopal Mishra himself in the emergency meeting of AIRF on Thursday.
AIRF General Secretary Shivgopal Mishra said that his name has also come up among those affected by spying through Pegasus software. He represents the employee organization. This is an attack on the entire labor movement, not just AIRF or any individual or JCM staff side. It has been decided in the emergency meeting that on July 26, the branches of all the Railway Employees’ Organizations affiliated to AIRF will hold a sit-in demonstration in their respective branches in the afternoon.
Along with this, the employees will also be made aware about its ill-effects. A large number of employees are not aware of this spying scandal, how democracy is being destroyed. The people who fought are being spied on. So they will be made aware about it. He told that there is a meeting of the executive committee on July 28.