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BHEL Tiruchi unit employees go on strike over wage issue



Employees of state-run Bharat Heavy Electricals' facility here on Monday went on one-day strike protesting "delay" in wage revision due since 2007 Company sources said only 1,100 workers and employees reported for work for the 8 am to 4.30 pm first / general shift against the normal attendance of 6,000 plus.

Union sources said employees affiliated to all trade unions participated in the strike to protest the "prolonged delay" in announcement of the wage revision pending since January 2007.

Source: The Economics Times

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