The workers of Renault-Nissan India and its factory in Tamil Nadu have been entangled in the law because the worker violated the social negligence norms and the health benefits provided by the company were offset by the risks. Therefore, the higher court asked the court to stop Operational life.
Renault-Nissan says its factories have complied with all COVID-19 regulations
The Renault-Nissan plant currently has 3,500 permanent factory workers, 3,000 contract workers, 2,500 employees and 700 apprentices
Renault-Nissan has a large number of pending export orders and domestic orders
Renault-Nissan Motor Co. has notified the Indian court that in order to fulfill the order, it needs to continue production at its factory in Olagadan near Chennai. Legal files show that the company has rejected an employee union request that the factory has failed. Follow COVID-19 safety regulations.
Renault-Nissan Motor Co. argued in public court documents that it is “urgently needed” to continue its business in order to fulfill domestic and export orders. It further iterates that all COVID-19 regulations have been complied with. Next, the case will be heard in the Madras High Court on May 24, and the state government involved in the case will respond in the case.
A senior Tamil Nadu state official told Reuters on May 23 that car companies will be allowed to continue to operate, but actions will be taken to prevent any company from violating the social distancing agreement. Tamil Nadu has been one of the hardest-hit states in the second coronavirus attack, with more than 30,000 cases recorded every day. India is the automobile manufacturing center of India. The country has been completely blocked until May 31, but some factories, including automobiles, are allowed to continue to operate.
The secretary-general of Renault-Nissan India Workers’ Union, representing all 3,500 permanent factory workers, said: “This is a matter of life and livelihood.” “We only want to follow the social distancing agreement and allow management to treat workers or workers. Its family members are responsible for any risks.” The Renault-Nissan plant also employs 3,000 contract workers, 2,500 employees and 700 apprentices.
Renault-Nissan Motor Co. showed in its court documents on May 16 that it had pending export orders for approximately 35,000 vehicles from May to October. Failure to fulfill them may result in fines and business losses. The recently released Nissan Magnite and Renault Kiger compact SUVs also have 45,000 pending domestic reservations. The company’s petition stated that it always puts the safety of its employees first and “spare no effort” to ensure that the infection does not spread.
The petition states: “The traveling public regards private cars as a safe way to travel… The country urgently needs to ensure the continued operation of automakers.” However, Nissan, which owns a majority stake in the Renault-Nissan plant in India, refused to speak on the court battle. comment.
This legal dispute highlights the challenges that large companies face in continuing to operate in India due to increasing concerns about employees who are concerned about their health and safety due to the coronavirus.
Renault-Nissan in India
So far, Renault has launched two products in India in 2021 Gig Compact SUV and updates Tribe 7 seats. Triber is also expected to obtain turbo-gasoline engine options from Kiger in the near future.In addition to Kiger and Triber, Renault India also retails Kved Hatchback and dust collector Medium-sized SUV.Recently, Renault Extend the validity period Free service and warranty period until July 31st to help customers in this pandemic.
Simultaneously, Nissan Currently selling Kick a ball SUVs and high demand in India Magnesite The nearest compact SUV More than 50,000 bookings mark.
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