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Maruti Suzuki Workers struggle

The dispute at Maruti Suzuki India is of international importance. The two automobile plants in Manesar and Gurgaon with 7,000 employees are highly automated assembly factories equipped with cutting-edge technology. Manesar and Gurgaon, located in close proximity to the Indian capital Delhi, are newly founded centres of the international supermonopolies of automobile production as well as IT technology and textile industry with hundred thousands of employees. The struggle of the permanent employees for the rights of contract workers in Manesar has immediately become a beacon for other automobile plants and subcontractors and gained their solidarity.

Statement on the unjust verdict against Maruti Suzuki workers

New-Democratic Marxist-Leninist Party, Sri Lanka, 1 April 2017 Read More…

Photos from demonstrations in support of Maruti Workers struggle on 4 April 2017

Photos taken during the demonstrations conducted by NDLF, Tamil Nadu & Puducherry in support of Maruti Workers struggle on 4 April 2017. Provided by the International Automotive Workers Conference. Read More…

Latest news on Maruti-Suzuki days of action:

Committee of the Maruti-Suzuki Workers Union (MSWU), 3 April 2017 Read More…

Solidarity campaign with Maruti workers

International Workers’ Committee (IWC), 17 March 2017 Read More…

13 TRADE UNIONISTS IN INDIA FACING DEATH SENTENCES OR LIFE IMPRISONMENT !

International Workers Committee Against War and Exploitation, For a Workers' International, 14 March 2017 with additional document in English avec document supplementaire en francais Read More…

Trade Unions Protest in Kolkata against Lock-out in Maruti

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WHAT MUST BE DONE: Conclusions from a fact finding report by TUCI

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Statement from Maruti Suzuki Workers Union

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