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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Congress-led UDF alleged that the Pinarayi Vijayan Government failed to create a business-friendly atmosphere, by not providing security to Synthite Industries Ltd at Kadayiruppu near Kolenchery as the company was forced to declare a lockout following the strike by CITU, a pro-CPM trade union, in the state.

Seeking the leave of the House to move an adjournment motion in this regard, V P Sajeendran of Congress alleged that CITU employees, who are less than 50, are getting the support of the Government and the police force, deployed after a High Court order directing to provide security to the firm, failed to ensure the entry of more than 600 non-striking employees to the company.

The company has been closed for the last 10 days and the Government failed to protect the interest of the Synthite, one of the major players in spice processing and extraction in the country. A company official, brutally attacked in front of the company in the presence of the police was admitted in the ICU of a private hospital in Kochi, he added.

In their reply, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Industries Minister AC Moideen, who were adamant to support the CITU arguments, said the company was stuck to their stand to transfer a few CITU employees to outside the state and a decision taken in a reconciliation meeting called by the Labour Commissioner was also violated by the company.

Seeking the Chief Minister's intervention in solving the deadlock, Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said it is a matter of deep shame and the company has been constrained to suspend operations due to unfavourable working conditions and ongoing strikes in front of the factory.

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