Industrialists meet DM, demand action against unruly workers
Ghaziabad: Industrialists on Tuesday threatened to shut their units if the district administration failed to take action against workers responsible for the lynching of a factory Managar last week.
They met District Magistrate Hredesh Kumar and demanded action against those responsible for the death of a senior Manager of the Allied Nippon factory.
They threatened to shut their industrial units and hand over keys to him if no action in this regard was taken within 4 days.
The District Magistrate assured the industrialists that the guilty would be brought to book.
Violence erupted last Saturday in which a senior Manager of the Allied Nippon factory was killed.
Chairman of the factory Ravi Talwar said a Manager of the unit fired two shots from his licensed revolver to save himself from unruly workers on that day.
Talwar said the factory would remain shut unless the law and order improves in the town.
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