MUMBAI, 28 JUNE: Bajaj Auto management and its union today came to the negotiating table in a bid to end the four-day old strike by over 1,500 workers at the Chakan plant demanding wage revision and better working conditions apart from a hefty paring of the companies shares with employees. The preliminary round of talks, however, failed to bring any tangible solution, union sources said.
Over 1,500 workers of Bajaj’s Chakan facility are on strike since Tuesday, bringing production to a complete halt. pti