dimanche 19 mars 2017

Les 13 de Maruti Suzuki condamnés à la prison à vie, une nouvelle campagne s'engage en Inde et dans le monde pour leur libération

Les 13 de Maruti Suzuki condamnés à la prison à vie, une nouvelle campagne s'engage en  Inde et dans le monde pour leur libération

Informations à venir dans le prochain numéro de la Tribune des travailleurs et sur son site web


URGENT – Le 18 mars, à 16 heures, heure locale, le tribunal de Gurgaon en Inde a condamné les treize travailleurs syndicalistes de Maruti-Suzuki à la prison à vie, et quatre autres à cinq ans d’emprisonnement. Le Comité ouvrier international (COI/IWC) qui vient de communiquer ces informations appelle plus que jamais à la solidarité internationale des travailleurs et des organisations syndicales. Plus d’informations dans la journée.


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A Haryana court on Saturday sentenced 13 former workers of Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) to life imprisonment, in connection with the 2012 Maruti factory violence and rioting case.
The court also sentenced four other accused to five years' imprisonment, and said the sentence already served by the remaining 14 accused was sufficient.
On March 10, Additional District and Sessions Judge R.P. Goel held 31 former workers guilty of murder and attempt to murder, among other offences, at MSIL's Manesar plant on the evening of July 18, 2012.

L'état d'urgence et l'interdiction de tout rassemblement instaurés dans le district de l'usine Maruti  Suzuki
Les autorités craignent la réaction ouvrière à l'annonce du verdict
Informations à venir sur le site de la tribune des travailleurs et dans le prochain numéro


 Prohibitory orders banning the assembly of five or more persons have been imposed in Gurugram in view of a court likely to pronounce sentence on those convicted for the violence at a Maruti Suzuki plant in Manesar that left a senior officer dead and several others injured.
The decision to impose Section 144 of the Code for Criminal Procedure in Gurugram district with immediate effect and till May 14 also comes in the wake of plans of Jat protesters from Haryana to take their stir to Delhi on March 20.
The district administration is prepared to meet all eventualities, an official said on Saturday.
The violence on July 18, 2012, on Maruti Suzuki India's Manesar plant near here had left the company's Human Resource Department General Manager Ashwin Kumar Dev dead and over 50 persons injured. Several policemen were also injured in the fracas.
As per orders issued by District Magistrate Hardeep Singh, all unlawful activities, blocking of roads, passages, railway tracks, water channels, power houses etc. by agitators have been banned.
Carrying of firearms, batons and sharp-edged weapons of offence that are likely to cause obstruction in maintenance of peace and tranquility has also been prohibited.
Any person contravening the order is liable for punishment under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.

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