Deadlock at the Chakan plant of auto major Bajaj continued as state minister-mediated tripartite talks on Friday failed to end the 18-day-old strike, Economic Times reported. According to the report, a Bajaj Auto union leader told PTI, "We demand that all those 21 employees who have been suspended by the company on flimsy grounds be taken back and our other demands including pay revision and stock option also be considered."
Now, a solution is likely only next week, sources said. State Labour Minister Hassan Mushrif had on Thursday said he would call the management for a meeting if today's meeting with the Chief Labour Commissioner failed to yield results.
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