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India: AB InBev Budweiser workers mark 700 days of picketing for rights and recognition

23.01.20 News
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Workers at AB InBev's Budweiser plant in Sonepat, India continue their fight for rights and recognition. The workers have now been sustaining a continuous picket for 700 days, joined by a growing number of permanent workers at the plant.

Management continues to reject reinstatement of victimized union members and elected officers, including the HBLMU president and general secretary, and refuses collective bargaining although the union has demonstrated its majority membership status in the state labour department and fulfills all the legal requirements. Management continues to opt for victimization and repression in place of recognizing the rights of the workers and their union.

If you have not yet been able to send a message in support of these workers and their families, click here to tell AB InBev to remedy the ongoing rights violations at the Sonepat plant.