Maruti incident will not hamper investments in Harayana: HoodaAugust 5th, 2012 - 9:54 pm ICT by IANS
Kolkata, Aug 5 (IANS) The violence at Maruti Suzuki’s Manesar plant, which left one senior executive dead, will not impact on investments in Haryana, Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda said Sunday.
“One untoward incident cannot have so many implications. The incident won’t have any impact on the investment friendly atmosphere and future of industries in the state. I can assure that,” said Hooda on the sidelines of a programme here.
Senior Maruti executive Awanish Kumar Dev was killed and nearly 100 people were injured after the workers went on a rampage. The plant has shut down operations after the incident July 18.
Ten Maruti Suzuki union leaders were Thursday sent to police custody for seven days by a court here for their alleged role in the July 18 violence at the Manesar plant that left an executive dead.
The accused were arrested Wednesday, taking the number of people held in the case to 114.
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- 10 Maruti union leaders arrested - Aug 01, 2012
- Maruti Suzuki to resume operations at Manesar soon - Aug 14, 2012
- Trade unions to march in support of Maruti workers - Aug 16, 2012
- Maruti to decide on restarting Manesar plant - Aug 12, 2012
- 'Police did not intervene in July 18 violence' - Jul 31, 2012
- Maruti worker sent to police custody for 5 days - Aug 16, 2012
- Labour pains for Haryana government (Haryana Newsletter) - Jul 27, 2012
- Mahapanchayat demands CBI probe into Maruti violence - Jul 23, 2012