I.N.D.I.A coalition to demonstrate in front of Raj Bhavan on September 14 to save HEC

Ranchi: The meeting of India Alliance was held at Bihar Club, Ranchi to solve the ongoing economic crisis in HEC. In the meeting chaired by Jharkhand Mukti Morcha leader Mushtaq Alam, it was unanimously decided that a big battle would be fought in the state to save this factory. Which will start with a protest in front of Raj Bhavan on 14th September.

Apart from this, on September 21, during the special session of the Parliament, the leaders of the India Alliance will protest at Jantar Mantar in front of the Parliament House and demand the Prime Minister to save the HEC.

It was said that Heavy Engineering Corporation is on the verge of closure for years. Here the laborers are in need of food. For the last 20 months, the officers are not getting their salaries, then for the last 18 months, the laborers have not been given wages, due to which the laborers are on the verge of starvation. 

The leaders said that as part of a conspiracy, the Heavy Engineering Corporation, popularly known as Mother Industry, the first factory built in Ranchi after independence, which spread a network of factories across the country, is today the antipublic industry of the central government. On the verge of closure due to policy.

It was unanimously decided in the meeting that a big fight will be fought to save HEC on the joint initiative of India Alliance labor organizations and social organizations. Under the Bharatiya Janata Party government, all the public factories of the country are being sold at throwaway prices.

Big profit making factories are being closed. Today, the launching pad of ISRO on which Modiji is beating the drum in the name of Chandrayaan has also been made by the same factory. Some components of the Aditya L1 are also made here. 

To save HEC, the leaders present appealed to the Chief Minister of the state Hemant Soren that the state government should acquire it and run it. Former Union Minister of Government of India Subodh Kant Sahay, Congress MLA Rajesh Kachhap, State Secretary of Communist Party of India Mahendra Pathak and many people were present in the meeting.

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