Maruti Suzuki to sack workers involved in Manesar violence

Maruti Suzuki to sack workers involved in Manesar violence

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Indian auto giant Maruti Suzuki is now all set to sack all its A shift workers at the Manesar plant. The company will be sacking all the suspected who have played a role in the violence perpetrated on July 18, 2012 which led to the killing of Awanish Kumar.

Kumar was a 51 year old HR manager at the plant who was charred to death in the violence which also injured 96 staffers. The A which is the first shift begins at 7 am and ends at 3 pm. The company is at present busy identifying the culprits with the help of some employees managers and supervisors.

The supervisors and managers are reportedly the primary witnesses to the incident. Maruti will also take the help of the special investigations team of Haryana police to set up probe in the violence.

SY Siddiqui the MAruti Chief Operating officer said, “We are in the process of identifying the perpetrators with active assistance from our managers. There is no scope to retain any of the workers involved in the assault and violence at Manesar. We want to create a strong deterrent with a clear message to miscreants that the guilty have no chance as we restart production”. The exact number of workers involved in the incident is not known.