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DIBRUGARH, Aug 21 - The tea industry was partially affected on Monday following a Statewide plantation bandh called by the All Adivasi Students� Association of Assam (AASAA) in support of their demand for implementation of a revised minimum wage for the tea garden workers.

The tea garden bandh was called by the Stephen Lakra and Deven Oraon faction of the divided Adivasi students� body. The leaders criticised the State Government for its delay in implementing a revised wage hike despite expiry of the last wage agreement in December 31, 2017. Oraon said the State Government will have to face further public protest if it fails to implement the minimum wages for the workers.

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AASAA bandh partial

DIBRUGARH, Aug 21 - The tea industry was partially affected on Monday following a Statewide plantation bandh called by the All Adivasi Students� Association of Assam (AASAA) in support of their demand for implementation of a revised minimum wage for the tea garden workers.

The tea garden bandh was called by the Stephen Lakra and Deven Oraon faction of the divided Adivasi students� body. The leaders criticised the State Government for its delay in implementing a revised wage hike despite expiry of the last wage agreement in December 31, 2017. Oraon said the State Government will have to face further public protest if it fails to implement the minimum wages for the workers.

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