In a continued effort towards resolving the ongoing issues, we at Tata Marcopolo today attended the meeting called by the ALC. We were present and willing to hold discussions with people connected to the company. However, as clarified even earlier, we expressed our concern in engaging with unconnected people during the meeting. The self-proclaimed office bearers of the “Krantikari Kamgar Union” an outfit not recognized by the company on technical and legal grounds insisted on participating and eventually prevented any meaningful dialogue taking place. We have reiterated our commitment to our operations here in Dharwad, as well as to the well-being and safety of our employees. We also remain committed to finding a long-term and fair solution to the current situation, without any compromise on discipline, safety, productivity and quality. We have found all the various government / administration officials to be supportive and understanding of our issues and we appreciate their efforts towards helping resolve them. We remain hopeful that a solution may be found soon, that will allow us to go back to production.
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