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Aurobindo employees to intensify stir
Employees of Aurobindo Pharma Limited, located at Pydibhimavaram in Srikakulam district, alleged that the officials and the people’s representatives were least interested in finding a solution to their problems.
Srikakulam: Employees of Aurobindo Pharma Limited, located at Pydibhimavaram in Srikakulam district, alleged that the officials and the people’s representatives were least interested in finding a solution to their problems.
The Aurobindo employees organised a round-table meeting at the NGO Home here on Monday with the representatives of various political parties. On this occasion, Aurobindo Employees’ Union president Sanyasi Rao and joint secretary Kesava Rao lamented that the officials and the leaders were not taking any initiative to resolve the problems despite nearly 1,000 employees staging agitations in front of the Labour office and organising ‘Vanta-Varpu’ in Visakhapatnam for the past 15 days in protest against the vindictive attitude of the company management.
The Telugu Desam Party (TDP) government, led by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, claimed that it was working for the welfare of the common man, but no action was taken to find a solution to their just demands even though representative of all parties submitted a representation to Mr Naidu to this effect twice recently, the union leaders alleged.
They demanded the government to take measures to organise talks between the company management and the employees’ union.
The agitators also demanded that the company pay wages for the three days of ‘Hudhud’ cyclone. They threatened to convert the stir into a people’s agitation with the support of various parties and also make it a national-level protest if their demands were not met.
Representatives of various political parties were present at the meeting.