Maharashtra Labour Minister Hassan Mushrif is likely to call the Bajaj Auto management next week for a meeting to resolve the workers' strike at its Chakan plant that entered the 17th day on Thursday, PTI reported.
After a meeting with the union leaders in Mumbai on Thursday, the minister told reporters that he has asked the chief labour commissioner to hold talks with the management and union in Pune on Friday, July 12. “If the meeting fails to resolve the agitation, I will call the Bajaj management here next week,” Mushrif said.
Earlier in the day, representatives of the company's Chakan plant union and Shramaik Ekta Mahasangh, which claims representation of 88 unions in Chakan, Pimpri-Chinchwad and adjoining areas, called on the minister and apprised him of the workers' demands.
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