Kitex sends legal notices
Kitex Garments which is one of the largest garment-makers in the world has sent notices to the district labour officer and the assistant labour officer at Perumbavoor.
Kitex Garments which is one of the largest
garment-makers in the world has sent notices to the district labour officer and
the assistant labour officer at Perumbavoor.
The notices have been sent to seek
compensation because these officers have bought discredit to the company.
According to the communications from Kitex Garments, the notice also said that
these officers have misused their power and declared that the company is not
paying the minimum wages according to the revised minimum wages rule by the
The communication also bought to the
knowledge that the labour officers have claimed that the company has been
violating the rules related to 73 counts and also that the reports of the
department have been leaked to some newspapers. The intent behind this leaked
information is to bring a bad name to the company.
The company on the other hand has claimed
that these reports have hurt the reputation of the company and the allegations
that have been made by the labour officers should be pulled back within a time
period of 15 days. The company has also asked these labour officers to
pay an amount of Rs 0.05 billion as compensation against bringing bad name and
discredit to the company.
Source â€“ The Hindu