India car factory hit by rioting workers
Senior manager killed and scores injured in violence at Maruti Suzuki plant on the outskirts of Delhi.
Last Modified: 21 Jul 2012 12:55

A senior manager was killed and scores injured in recent violence at Maruti Suzuki plant on the outskirts of Delhi.

The workers were protesting disciplinary action against a fellow employee. Production has came to a halt.

The company has been plagued by labour unrest since 2011 and are estimated to have cost the company more than $500 million in lost production.

Prerna Suri reports.


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