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India News – At Taiwan’s Run Wistron Infocomm Manufacturing near Bangalore, workers beat up glass panels with rods and drove away cars stuck to them. Local media told the workers that, they had not been paid for four months. According to the information received by the World News Superfast, he was being forced to work additional shifts. Authorities vowed to crack down on workers who violently vandalized a Taiwanese iPhone factory in South India over allegations of unpaid wages and exploitation. So far 100 people have been arrested.
A car was set on fire, footage shared on social media showed
According to information received by World News Superfast, the workers on Saturday rioted at the Wistron Infocomm manufacturing facility in Narsapura, on the outskirts of Bangalore, India’s IT hub. Glass panels were strewn with rods and cars with video of the violence. CCTV cameras, fans and lights were torn down while a car was set on fire, footage shared on social media showed.
Local media told workers that they had not been paid for four months
Workers were being forced to work extra shifts. The situation is now under control. We have formed special teams to investigate the incident. According to information received by World News Superfast, local police said on Sunday – no one was injured. Karnataka state Deputy Chief Minister CN Ashtavnarayan called the violence “rampant” and the government will ensure that the situation is resolved quickly. He tweeted on Saturday – We will ensure that the rights of all workers are duly protected and all their dues are cleared.
A local trade union leader alleged that sweatshop workers were brutally exploited at the plant
According to information received by World News Superfast, Wistron in Taiwan said the incident was caused by unknown people outside who had infiltrated and damaged its facility with unclear intentions. The company said in a statement in Chinese that it pledged to follow local labor laws and other related regulations. To resume operations as soon as possible. A local trade union leader alleged that factory workers were brutally exploited in the event of sweatshops at the iPhone manufacturing plant. The government has allowed the company to play with the fundamental rights.
Approximately 15,000 employees work at the iPhone manufacturing plant factory
Most are contracted through staffing firms. According to information received by World News Superfast, labor unrest in India is not uncommon, workers are poorly paid and few or no Social Security benefits are given. A large number of manufacturing plants are part of the informal sector, which employs 90 pay rents of the vast nation’s workforce.
New law makes it harder for workers to strike
According to information received by World News Superfast, the country’s Parliament passed the latest labor laws in September. The national government had said that – their rights would be strengthened, but labor activists say, the new law makes it harder for workers to strike.