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31 convicted, 117 let off for Maruti plant violence

31 convicted, 117 let off for Maruti plant violenceā€

Awanish Kumar Dev, a general manager of human resource at the plant, was burnt beyond recognition.

The court will announce the sentences on March 17. "This was one case in which so many people were facing trial", said Gurugram district attorney, Lal Singh Yadav.

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The violence was triggered on the carmaker's premises after a supervisor allegedly abused and slapped a worker. She added that the judgment "strongly vindicates" their stand while demolishing that of the prosecution.

Speaking to Catch, Grover said the convicted workers will challenge their verdict in the Punjab and Haryana High Court.

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More than 2,000 police personnel are stationed near sensitive areas such as the Kamla Nehru Park, Delhi, where the workers had threatened to begin protesting if it went against them. "The question to ask today is who will be held accountable for the incarceration that these 117 suffered for over two years". "Only 13 have been convicted for murder and these include former office-bearers".

Maruti Suzuki, which is majority owned by the Japanese parent company, is India's largest vehicle manufacturer with a 50% share of the country's booming auto market. His charred body was identified by a tooth implant. Additional District and Sessions Judge RP Goel convicted 13 members of MSIL workers' union for the murder of Avanish Kumar Dev, while 18 others were pronounced guilty for rioting, trespassing, causing hurt, and other offences under the IPC. The union had accused the company of blocking the gates and unleashing "bouncers" and hired criminals on labour leaders during talks in the HR wing.

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