Wistron, headquartered in Taiwan, said it has suffered losses worth 437.40 rupees.
Due to wage issues in the factory in Koral District, Karnataka, some workers released the violence in the factory.

The police said on Saturday that a large number of employees carried out arson, robbery and violence at Wistron’s Narasapura manufacturing plant, which involved wage-related issues.

They damaged buildings, damaged vehicles, set them on fire, and damaged expensive equipment including machinery and computers.

Company executive TD Prashanth stated in a complaint against the Vemagal police station that the office
Equipment, mobile phones, production machinery and related equipment worth 41.25 billion rupees were lost.

Infrastructure worth Rs 100 crore, cars worth Rs 60 crore, golf carts, smartphones and other gadgets worth Rs 15 crore were destroyed and stolen
Or get lost.

In his complaint, he stated that 5,000 contract workers and about 2,000 unidentified elements carried out sabotage activities in the factory.

To date, the police have arrested 149 people and detained several others.At the same time, Sudipto Gupta, managing director of Wistron India India, said in a statement that the company is located in the state
The incident at its Narasapura facility shocked us greatly.

In a statement to the media, Gupta said: “We comply with the law and support the authorities’ investigations. The safety and well-being of our team members is always our top priority.”

The Karnataka government not only condemned the incident, but also ensured safe and severe action against those involved in arson and violence.

On Sunday, political parties in Karnataka sought a thorough investigation into the violence at Wistron’s factories because they feared that it might affect the state’s investment-friendly image.

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