Production normal at Chennai: HMIL

HMIL on Monday said that production at its plants continued to be normal and the absenteeism percentage fell by 5 per cent on Monday showing the weakening support for the disruption of work by the CITU-affiliated union, which the company termed an “illegal disruption”.

Production on Monday continued to be normal, the company said.

“External leaders have instigated the workers against the company and have encouraged them to violate the terms of the court injunction prohibiting any kind of strike or demonstration within the plant or 100 meters radius of the plant,” a HMIL statement said.

The company said that in the interim, it reaffirmed its stance of  not recognising what it called a minority politically backed union and would adhere to the terms of  the unanimous tripartite settlement arrived at on December 8, 2010.

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