News: Toyota lock out: Employee on hunger strike hospitalised

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Toyota lock out: Employee on hunger strike hospitalised

The management-employees standoff over lockout at Toyota Kirloskar Motor's two plants at Bidadi near here persisted today even as one of the employees on indefinite hunger strike was hospitalised owing to low blood pressure. "Our fasting has entered fourth day today, 25 of our employees are still fasting. Four of them are suffering from low BP and one has been hospitalised," Toyota Kirloskar Employees Union Joint Secretary N Raghu told PTI. He said "we want government to intervene soon and take care of us."

The management-employees standoff over lockout at Toyota Kirloskar Motor's two plants at Bidadi near here persisted today even as one of the employees on indefinite hunger strike was hospitalised owing to low blood pressure. "Our fasting has entered fourth day today, 25 of our employees are still fasting. Four of them are suffering from low BP and one has been hospitalised," Toyota Kirloskar Employees Union Joint Secretary N Raghu told PTI. He said "we want government to intervene soon and take care of us."

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