The Waluj plant accounts for more than 50% of Bajaj’s manufacturing volume in India

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250+ Employees At Bajaj Auto's Waluj Factory Tested Positive For COVID-19

Bajaj Auto, India’s biggest exporter of motorcycles is facing temporary closure of its Waluj Plant after more than 250 employees were tested positive for COVID-19. “People are scared to come to work,” said Thengade Bajirao, President of the Bajaj Auto Workers’ Union. The company also issued a letter to the employees this week docking pay of those who do not show up for work.

Wed, 08 Jul 2020 - 03:47 PM / by Atishay Jain

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