The state human rights commission Kerala has ordered to investigate and submit a report on the situation where employees commit suicide as a result of pressure from banks. The case was registered by the Judicial Member K.S. Order of Baijunath.
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Canara Bank Kerala Circle Chief General Manager (Thiruvananthapuram) should submit a report after conducting a detailed investigation into the circumstances under which the employee had to commit suicide. Canara Bank Regional Manager should also report.
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The commission has asked the state level bankers’ committee (SLBC) convener to submit a report within four weeks after examining the pressure on employees of various banks in the state.
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Kalpetta’s lawyer, A., has come out against the excessive pressure put on banks by employees. J. Antony had also lodged a complaint with the commission.
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The complaint is that the banks are making a profit by putting pressure on the existing employees after making huge cuts. Bank employees were killed three months ago in Guruvayur and eight months ago in Palakkad.
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Banks are pressuring their employees to achieve various targets such as investment, lending, insurance, medical insurance, mutual funds and fast tag.
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