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Striking workers of Maruti Suzuki India urge authorities to end deadlock

Gurgaon , Mon, 12 Sep 2011 ANI

Gurgaon, Sep 12 (ANI): Striking workers of Maruti Suzuki India Limited knocked at the doors of the district administration on Monday with two letters addressed to Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda.


They have urged both Dr. Singh and Hooda to intervene and bring an end to the impasse that has adversary affected production at the plant since August 29.


Representatives of the workers union, the Maruti Suzuki Employees Union (MSEU), met Additional Deputy Commissioner V K Hooda and apprised him of the situation and submitted their demands.


"We have submitted our petition, which is meant for the Prime Minister and the Chief Minister, to DC (Deputy Commissioner). So that they could ensure a compromise," said Sonu Gujjar, a union leader of protesting workers.


Around 1,500 workers of Maruti Suzuki took out a protest rally near the District Collectorate demanding that the company management should take back the 57 sacked workers and it should not force them to sign a conduct bond under which the workers cant resort to strike against injustice.


"We also want that production should begin and customers should get their vehicles. But they (company management) say that 'we don't want to hear about 57 workers and we will not employ them back'. We also want to emphasis till 57 workers are reinstated, there could be no compromise. However, we are ready for dialogue but management is not inclined for dialogue," added Sonu.


On August 29, the management prevented employers from entering factory premises unless they signed the bond.


The bond stipulates that workers would 'not resort to go slow, intermittent stoppage of work, stay- in-strike, work-to-rule, sabotage or otherwise indulge in any activity, which would hamper the normal production in the factory'.


So far, the management has suspended and dismissed 57 workers on charges of sabotage and causing quality problems in cars. (ANI)


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