According to reports, the iPhone manufacturing plant in the Koral District of Karnataka, operated by Taiwan-based Wistron Corporation, was damaged. Videotapes of violence alleged to be workers have also appeared online. However, this clip has not been independently verified. The News Trust of India quoted a police official as saying that workers attacked the facility and damaged pay-related windows, vehicles, furniture and computers. According to reports, a union leader also said that most employees did not receive their wages on time and they were dissatisfied with many pay cuts.

The workers allegedly claimed that many of them worked for 12 hours but only paid Rs. 200 to Rs. According to the report of News 18, it takes 300 hours a day, and calculates 7 to 8 hours. According to the report, the vandalism occurred after the management failed to resolve their grievances.

It is said that hundreds of workers ransacked the manufacturing plant in Narasapura Industrial Zone, Kolar District, 51 kilometers from Bangalore after the night shift ended today (December 12).

Wistron InfoCom produces iPhone 7 for Apple and IT products for Lenovo, Microsoft and other companies. So far, the company has not issued any official statement.

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