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48-hour stir demanding to reopen Cachar Paper Mill

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SILCHAR, Sept 21 - Protesting against the apathy of the government to resume the closed Cachar Paper Mill, a unit of the Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited, members of the Joint Forum to Save the Cachar Paper Mill started a 48-hour hunger strike on Wednesday.

Representatives of the Cachar Paper Project Mazdoor Union, CITU, Sramik Shikshak Karmachari Sammanay Samiti and other like-minded associations echoed their voices of dissent against the lack of response from the government which according to them has dragged lives of the employees and their families into utter jeopardy.

�The tall claims by the government of phenomenal progress arguably in all spheres, what is stopping it from resuming the only industry for the people of Barak valley?� questioned Subrata Nath of SUCI.

It may be mentioned that in a unanimous decision, all the trade unions have decided to stage consecutive protests on November 9 to 11 in New Delhi and around 100 cadres will join from the Barak Valley to protest against the injustice meted out to the employees of the closed paper mill.

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48-hour stir demanding to reopen Cachar Paper Mill

SILCHAR, Sept 21 - Protesting against the apathy of the government to resume the closed Cachar Paper Mill, a unit of the Hindustan Paper Corporation Limited, members of the Joint Forum to Save the Cachar Paper Mill started a 48-hour hunger strike on Wednesday.

Representatives of the Cachar Paper Project Mazdoor Union, CITU, Sramik Shikshak Karmachari Sammanay Samiti and other like-minded associations echoed their voices of dissent against the lack of response from the government which according to them has dragged lives of the employees and their families into utter jeopardy.

�The tall claims by the government of phenomenal progress arguably in all spheres, what is stopping it from resuming the only industry for the people of Barak valley?� questioned Subrata Nath of SUCI.

It may be mentioned that in a unanimous decision, all the trade unions have decided to stage consecutive protests on November 9 to 11 in New Delhi and around 100 cadres will join from the Barak Valley to protest against the injustice meted out to the employees of the closed paper mill.

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