Manager Of Indian Steel Plant Burned Alive After Sacking Workers

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The general manager of a steel company in Orissa, India was burned alive in his car after he fired workers according to IBNLive.

Workers who had been suspended and fired were protesting outside the plant.

It’s been reported that R S Roy, deputy general manager of Graphite India Ltd-Powmex’s steel division, was in his car going home to lunch when about twelve of the protestors descended on his car. They asked the driver to step out before pouring gasoline over the vehicle and setting it on fire.

Ray was taken to the hospital but with 90% burns but passed away. Indian police have two suspects in custody.

Retribution against employers has been on the rise. In November last year a mob of workers beat an auto-company executive to death in Ghaziabad, on the outskirts of Delhi.

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