The jute factory, which employs about 3,800 workers in Chandanagar, has been closed since January 1, this year, and management argues that a lack of raw jute is the main reason for the interruption of work. There is.
The Gondole Parajuto Mill, located in the Hoogley district of West Bengal in eastern India, has been rescued from a complete closure. A tripartite meeting between factory managers, state labor bureau staff, and trade union representatives agreed to reopen the factory on June 1, 2023, after the maintenance work was completed.
Eleven trade union representatives attended a tripartite meeting chaired by Minister of Labor Becharam Manna on Monday, according to state labor bureau officials.
The West Bengal government had previously stated that thousands of workers were unemployed after the closure of 12 jute factories in the state. The provincial government has blamed the central government’s misguided policies for the live jute crisis.
Fiber2Fashion News Desk (KUL)
Resumed production at Gondole Parajute plant in eastern India
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