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Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has appealed trade unions not to go ahead with their proposed nationwide strike today as the government has agreed to most of their demands. Speaking to media in New Delhi yesterday, Mr Dattatreya said, trade unions must think in a positive manner. He said, out of their 12 demands, Labour Ministry has agreed on nine demands. He said, when UPA government was there, they were not agreeable to even two demands. 
The Minister said, the unions should rethink about the protests and unnecessary they should not do this in the interest of workers. He assured the unions that workers' interests will not be harmed. Mr Dattatreya said, maximum tripartite meetings have been held in the NDA regime and the government are trying to satisfy trade unions. He said, the government's paramount interest is to safeguard the interest of workers.

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