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Sacked Maruti Suzuki India Ltd's Workers Call For Solidarity Action On July 18-Business Line

Sunday, 30 Jun 2013 08:00pm EDT 

Business Line reported that the Sacked Maruti Suzuki India Ltd's plant workers, 147 of whom are in Gurgaon jail, have decided to mark July 18 as Chalo Manesar day and have called upon workers and organisations to observe solidarity actions across the country. On July 18, 2012, violence had broken out at Maruti’s Manesar plant, leading to the death of an official, Awanish Kumar Dev, in the plant premises. After the incident, all 2,300 Maruti workers, permanent as well as on contract, were sacked. The plant is now running with an entirely new staff. At a general body meeting held in Manesar on June 23, the Maruti Suzuki Workers Union had decided to campaign in July, starting with an indefinite sit-in demonstration and hunger strike in Manesar. The workers also alleged that labour laws were being openly flouted in the Manesar industrial belt, especially with regard to contract workers.