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HC orders Royal Enfield workers to not protest within 100 metres of factory

Workers from Royal Enfield and India Yamaha Motor have been protesting, demanding the right to form a union at their respective factories

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Gireesh Babu Chennai
The Madras High Court has directed the workers of Royal Enfield to not hold any protest within 100 metres from the factory premises.    

A similar direction was given to Yamaha workers two days back. While the protesting workers decided to return to work from Friday morning, Royal Enfield announced a paid holiday stating that it did not have materials, said R Sampath, vice-president of Royal Enfield Employees Union. 

Emails sent to the companies did not elicit a response till the time the story was published.   

Workers from Royal Enfield and India Yamaha Motor have been protesting, demanding the right to

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First Published: Sep 28 2018 | 11:23 PM IST

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