The Ahmedabad Textile workers has ended the strike in all the four textile mills and over 5,000 textile mill workers have resumed work, according to a fibre2fashion report.
The textile workers who were troubling for the past three weeks demanding 40 percent hike in wages, have resumed work at their respective mills in the textile hub of Ahmedabad in India.
The strike by workers has ended at all the four textile mills and the production at Arvind Limited, Ankur Mills (a division of Arvind Ltd.), Asarwa and Ashima mills was impacted due to the strike, Deputy Labour Commissioner MB Jadeja said.
The workers resumed work after the management of Arvind Limited, agreed to take back the sacked workers, on an appeal by the Ahmedabad Textile Labour Association (TLA). Since all the workers have recommenced work, a discussion on wage hike as well as interim relief will be held with the Ahmedabad Textile Mills Association (ATMA), TLA General Secretary Amar Barot, added to the report.
On June 4, around 200 workers at Arvind’s Naroda plant, that manufactures 84 million meters of denim annually, went on strike. Later, a group of workers from the other three textile mills Ashima, Ankur and Asarwa also joined the protest.