In a very important meeting of the workers of the cotton mill in Pandaul, the adjustment of the workers of the closed mill, the payment of salary arrears and other topics were discussed. SEXI News

In a very important meeting of the workers of the cotton mill in Pandaul, the adjustment of the workers of the closed mill, the payment of salary arrears and other topics were discussed.

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In the auditorium of Government Primary School (Purab Tola) located in Phulparas, a very important meeting of Pandaul cotton mill workers was held under the chairmanship of Raghunath Pandit ji and famous social worker Shri Satyajan ji .

During the meeting, there was an in-depth discussion on the upcoming strategy on the adjustment of factory workers, mainly due to the stoppage of production, payment of arrears and other matters. At the meeting, collectively expressing their deep condolences for the financial situation of the factory workers and the sad condition of their families, the workers present united collectively and insisted on mutual coordination to fight this battle and obtain justice from the government on this.

In the said meeting, mainly RJD District Spokesperson Chandrashekhar Jha Suman, Hemant Kumar, Hari Narayan, Ram Narayan Prasad Vimal, Shailendra Kumar Thakur, Indira Kumari, Rajendra Safi, Umesh Baitha, Budhan Paswan, Ram Ashish Yadav, Anil Kumar , Parmeshwar Kumar, Balram Jan and many other factory workers participated.

It should be noted that the weavers and its workers are eagerly awaiting the hope of commissioning the Pandaul spinning mill. This factory has been closed since 2000. This spinning mill was established in 1986 in the complex of the Pandaul industrial zone. The latest machinery and technological infrastructure have been prepared here in the factory at a cost of around twenty crores. Production has also started. The discussion about good directing and good production started happening all over the place. But due to departmental indifference, the factory was closed due to stagnant production. The jobs of some of the factory workers were moved elsewhere. But the problem of unemployment arose in front of daily and permanent workers. These workers emigrated in search of employment. Payment of around one crore in dues from about 300 workers and 30 office workers at the plant has been pending since the year 2000.

Be aware that a large number of weavers will benefit from the start of production in the factory. Jobs will be available for plant workers and others in the area. Due to the closure of the said mill, the weavers have to buy cotton from outside.