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Thousands stranded in Thailand train strike


Tuesday, June 23


BANGKOK (AFP) - - Train worker strikes in Thailand halted services nationwide and stranded hundreds of thousands of passengers for a second day, the state railway said.


Around 200,000 train passengers were affected by the industrial action against plans to modernise the century-old enterprise, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) said.


The country's railway labour union is protesting at what it says are government plans to privatise the railway, and workers are demanding to participate in all stages of the proposals.


But Thailand's transport minister Sopon Zarum denied that the scheme would involve privatisation and he criticised the union for mounting the strike without warning.


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