The postal trade unions are currently carrying out a strike which commenced at 12.00 am today (12).
The strike was organized as a movement to express disapproval over the decision to utilize post office buildings for a tourist hotel project, and the failure to provide solutions for persisting administrative issues.
The Joint Postal Trade Unions Front declared that the strike would be carried on for a period 48 hours.
The Convener of the Joint Postal Trade Unions Front, Chintha Bandara stated that if proper solutions were not provided immediately, a continuous strike would be conducted from June 26 onward.
Sources : Ada Derana
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