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Production At HMIL Plants Continue to Be Normal

By Motortrend India Staff   |   06 November,2012

Hyundai Motor India Limited, the largest passenger car exporter and the second largest car manufacturer in India, said that the production at its plant continued to be normal on Monday, underscoring the total failure of the illegal disruption of work by the minority CITU affiliated union. The absenteeism percentage has also fallen by 5 percent on Monday which depicts the weakening support for the illegal disruption of work by the minority CITU affiliated union.
The production at its two plants at Sriperambadur near Chennai was hampered, a few days back, as many of the workers have abstained from work.


 
External leaders have provoked the workers against the company. They have encouraged them to violate the terms and condition of the court injunction banning any kind of strike or demonstration within the plant or in the100 meter radius of the plant.

Hyundai Motor India Limited reaffirms that it would not recognize a minority politically backed union and will abide by the terms of the unanimous tripartite settlement which was arrived on  8th December 2010.



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