Workers at the Tamil Nadu factory have petitioned a court to halt operations.
Renault-Nissan India has been dragged to court by its employee union for allegedly flouting Covid-19 protocols at the factory.
Workers at the Tamil Nadu factory have petitioned a court to halt operations alleging that the company was not following Covid-19 norms.
Renault-Nissan has filed a response in court saying that there was a need to continue operations to fulfill domestic and export orders and that all Covid-19 protocols were being adhered to.
The Madras High Court will be taking up the case on Monday after the state government has filed its response.
The Renault-Nissan plant employs 3,000 contract workers, 2,500 staff members and 700 apprentices. The factory produces Nissan, Renault and Datsun cars for domestic and export markets.
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