Hundreds of party workers union leaders, employees associations along with leaders and legislation took out a procession shouting slogans against the center demanding roll back of the decision in Bhubaneswar on Friday last.
“We will go in for a cease work movement if the center did not withdraw its decision to disinvest in the company”, said Niranjan Das, President of NALCO Employees Central Union. BJD legislator and party’s youth wing chief Sanjay Das Burma said: “NALCO is a profit making Navaratna company. The center has taken the decision to provide benefit to private companies which itself is injustice,” he said.
The NALCO’s alumina refinery and Bauxite mines are located at Damanjodi in Koraput district, its smelter and captive power plants are at Angul and the corporate headquarters operates from Bhubaneswar.
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