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The trade unions also submitted a memorandum to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda seeking release of the workers.
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Workers from various trade unions organised a rally and a march through Sadar Bazar and Railway Road here Thursday, demanding reinstatement of 546 workers.
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Charges against 145 persons have been framed after interviewing 300 witnesses by the Haryana Police.
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Talk of work culture differences-genuine and imaginary-often got blown out of proportion climaxing now into a full-fledged armed conflict earlier this week.
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Alleging that Maruti workers at the Manesar plant are still been "victimised" after the July 18 violence, Hind Mazdoor Sabha Thursday demanded a high-level judicial enquiry into the incident.
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The company's total wage cost--starting from managing director to workers-- is a little over 2 percent to total sales, Chairman RC Bhargava further said.
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Workers at Maruti Suzuki India's Manesar plant today rejected the proposal of forming grievance and welfare committees, saying they are not interested in these groups, sources said.
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The main accused in the July 18 arson at Maruti Suzuki's Manesar plant has been arrested and sent to five-day police custody.
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However, according to Maruti Suzuki, the plant rolls out about 1,600 units per day and in terms of value, the daily loss to the company is about Rs 70 crore (excluding excise).
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He, however, could not give a time-line by which the production at the Maruti facility would resume.
Last Updated: Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 21:37
Maruti Suzuki India Tuesday said it is roping in psychologists and psychiatrists for counselling its employees, who were injured in the July 18 violence at the Manesar plant.
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The AICTU leader also said that the labour department needs to be given more teeth to avoid such incidents in the future.
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