London: The rail union in the UK has announced more strikes.
This is the fourth strike in 48 hours announced by the Rail Union (RMT) in Great Britain. More than 40,000 workers will take part.
The strike is being conducted by the Rail Union to secure the jobs and approve the other demands including salary, working conditions and improvement.
RMT General Secretary Mick Lynch said on the occasion that the strikes will send a clear message that we want a good deal on job security, pay and working conditions.
According to RMT, the rail wheel will remain closed on the day of the strike and overtime will not be conducted from December 18 to January 2.
According to media reports, in addition to Network Rail, workers at 14 rail companies also voted in favor of a strike last week, during which commuters will face difficulties on Christmas Eve.