New Delhi: The Pune Industrial and Labour Court will be hearing of the petition filed by Bajaj Auto against the company union on Wednesday.

Bajaj Auto filed a petition in the court to categorize the strike at the Chakan plant as illegal.

Earlier, the Pune Labour Commissioner issued a show cause notice to Bajaj Auto for allegedly employing workers who are not licence holders and trainees at production line in its Chakan plant, where existing employees have been on a strike since June 25.
The union alleged that the company started using workers, who do not have licence, at production line following the strike by its existing employees.
Around 1,500 employees, including 600-odd contract, temporary and trainees, continue to halt work at the Chakan plant since June 25, demanding wage revision, better work conditions and stock options.


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