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International Workers’ Day being observed

Kathmandu, May 1: The International Labour Day also known as May Day is being celebrated today with the theme ‘History, Achievements and the Road Ahead’.

Workers all over the world take this day as an opportunity to keep everyone aware of the protection and promotion of labour rights with mutual unity and solidarity.

The day reminds the movements and achievements made so far for the establishment of the right to decent work and reasonable wages.

The Constitution of Nepal has guaranteed the right to employment of the citizens and the right to fair remuneration and contribution-based social security for every worker.

On the occasion of the May Day, the Joint Trade Union Coordination Committee is organizing a special programme at Bhrikutimandap today in the presence of Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’.

The day dates back to 1 May 1881, to commemorate the general strike enforced in the United States demanding labour rights.

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