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CHENNAI (Reuters) – Manufacturing unit employees at Renault-Nissan’s automobile plant in southern India won’t report for work from Wednesday as their COVID-related security calls for haven’t been met, a union representing the employees instructed the corporate in a letter on Monday.
The strike on the plant in Tamil Nadu, collectively owned by Nissan (OTC:) Motor and alliance associate Renault (PA:), comes forward of a court docket listening to over allegations from employees that social distancing norms have been being flouted and company-provided well being advantages outweighed the chance to their lives.
Nissan, which owns a majority stake within the plant, declined to remark, saying the matter is in court docket.
Renault-Nissan instructed an Indian court docket final week it rejected claims that COVID-19 security protocols have been being ignored on the manufacturing unit, including it must proceed manufacturing at its automobile plant to fulfill orders, Reuters reported on Sunday.
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