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PM Modi Bats For Labour Workforce, Says 'sector Can Power India’s Growth'

In a tweet on Friday evening, PM Modi said that the senior government officials had discussed ways through which the labourers can "power India's growth."

Labour Day

On the occasion of International Labour Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that the country is proud of its labour force. Labour Day is celebrated globally on May 1 and is observed to pay tribute to the contribution and ceaseless efforts of labourers and general workforce across all walks of life.

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PM Modi bats for labour sector's contribution

In a tweet on Friday evening, PM Modi said that the senior government officials had discussed ways through which the labourers can "power India's growth."

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While different countries such as the US, UK, Cuba and China celebrate International Labour Day for various reasons such as revolting against industrial exploitation, rising of the working class, and coming together as a union to fight against "unjust" systems by demanding better wages, improved working conditions, paid leaves and other non-financial incentives, in India its origins are more humble.

Apart from PM Modi, other leaders with the likes of Amit Shah, extended International Labour Day wishes.

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