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13 Apr 2021

Response from Ananta Garments to Steelworkers Humanity Fund report

Ananta Garments Ltd. has been participating in ILO Better work program for the last 5 years. As a result of the participation with Better Work, the facility has steadily improved compliance with ILO core labor standards and national legislation covering improve working conditions and respect of labor rights for workers, and boost the competitiveness of apparel business.

The facility has been evaluated and certified under the vendor COCs by international reputed clothing brands, international audit firms, concerns government offices, and received letter of recognitions from Accord, Alliance and others for maintaining long term sustainability and coherent business growth.

... We are deeply concerned after receiving the research report and it is not relevant to Ananta Garments Ltd. However, we have taken the research report very seriously & has also taken this as an opportunity to find if any such allegations really exist but we found nothing matched with the mentioned allegations.