Women employees in textile shops set to get justice

Kozhikode: The Labour Commissioner, Youth Commission and Human Rights Commission have reported that women staff in textile shops is exploited, including denying them even the basic right to sit. ‘Penkuuttu’ activist P Viji demanded an immediate ban on the license of 657 shops, where this atrocity is practised. Employees should be allowed to sit, provided potable water, working hours have to be regulated and all workers’ benefits granted them. A Strike Aid Committee has been constituted to spread the agitation to other areas. Youth Commission will also submit its report to the government after gathering evidence from the long-suffering employees.

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