Union protest marks more than 370 days of continuous struggle on the picket line for rights at AB InBev India

For 374 days, workers and their union at AB InBev Sonepat plant have been fighting union-busting and local management’s ongoing refusal to reinstate unfairly terminated union leaders, and they continue to fight for their rights.

Continued peaceful protest action by the Haryana Breweries Limited Mazdoor Union (HBLM) has secured the unconditional reinstatement of 2 union members and more union members are joining the union, while the struggle for the reinstatement of unfairly terminated union leaders continues.

Union leaders and members will not give up their fight for union recognition and collective bargaining rights until management at AB InBev’s Sonepat facility reinstates the four elected union leaders and negotiates in good faith with the HBLM.

If you have not had the chance to support this fight, PLEASE CLICK HERE to call on AB InBev to put an end to the victimization of HBLM leaders and ensure their unconditional reinstatement, and enter into good faith negotiations for a new collective bargaining agreement with the HBLM at the Sonepat plant.

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