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Kerala Bank staff to strike work

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The All-Kerala Bank Employees Federation has alleged that the Andhra Bank management has been resorting to indiscriminate retrenchment of staff in the name of cost-cutting.

This allegation comes in the backdrop of the plan of the employees' unions at both Andhra Bank and Syndicate Bank to observe an all-India strike on Wednesday in protest against what they describe as moves to retrench hundreds of staff.

The Bank of Baroda unions have already called for strike on March 30.

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