Strike an option: Hero MotoCorp workers
The gate meeting was held despite the labour department advising the union against it. Indulgence in such provocative activities puts a lot of strain on the atmosphere of mutual trust and cordiality in which we have been holding talks in order to find an amicable settlement, he added.
"We, therefore, don't think this is the right path to adopt," the spokesperson said. Lending support to HMCWU, Maruti Udyog Kamgar Union (MUKU) President Kuldeep Janghu said: "We are behind the Hero workers but we are trying to facilitate an amicable solution so that it is a win-win situation for both the workers and the management. Strike does not help either side."
The protest rally was also addressed by representatives of Hind Mazdoor Sabha, Centre of Indian Trade Unions, All India Trade Union Congress.
HMCWU leaders will have a tripartite meeting with the company's management and Haryana labour department officials in order to bring an end to the deadlock.
Singh said the management had issues a show-cause notice against six leaders HMCWU of last week, which would be replied accordingly.
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