To keep up the pre-poll promise of addressing the long-pending issues plaguing garment workers, Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy on Tuesday promised a permanent solution to their problems.

He has convened a meeting of garment and textile manufacturers’ association and the workers’ union on June 18.

At a meeting on Tuesday with representatives of garment and textile unions, Mr. Kumaraswamy assured them that their demands, including that of minimum wages, would be discussed with the manufactures’ union.

“A final decision on the issue will be taken at the June 18 meeting with mutual consent,” he clarified. “The government will ensure that the talks are fruitful and it will be a win-win situation for both workers and manufacturers,” he added.

Source : The Hindu

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