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India: Acquitted Maruti workers demand employment

The 117 acquitted workers from Maruti Violence 2012 case have repeated the demand of reinstating them. The worker unions held a protest in Gurgaon and submitted a memorandum of their demands to the district administration...Around 546 workers were terminated after the violence and death of general manager HR Awanish Kumar Dev in July 2012. Out of these, 148 workers were in jail till March 10 i.e. till the day when 117 workers were acquitted and 31 were convicted. Notably, the company sacked 546 workers after the violence, despite SIT naming only 214 of them in its report. The workers claimed that around 18 workers were issued joining letters by the company when the company was reopened in August 2012. But at that time they were in jail till they were  acquitted and 31 were convicted. Notably, the company sacked 546 workers after the violence, despite SIT naming only 214 of them in its report. The workers claimed that around 18 workers were issued joining letters by the company when the company was reopened in August 2012. But at that time they were in jail till they were acquitted two months ago. However, now they too are among those are not reinstated.

 

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