INDIA: Tirupur units end strike against pollution fine
More than 650 of Tirupur's dyeing and bleaching units have ended a week-long strike against a pollution fine, reported The Press Trust of India (PTI).
The units returned to work following Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M Karunanidhi's pledge to pursue the issue, the report said.
The Madras High Court had previously announced a fine on pollution caused by the release of waste into the Noyyal river.
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