Industry body FICCI has called the violence a matter of deep concern for a country that seeks to project itself as offering an environment that is business friendly. It has expressed dismay and distress at the events that led to the loss of life of Maruti's HR manager Awanish Kumar Dev.
The incident has sent shock waves in the corporate boardrooms of companies, both at home and abroad,” said R. V. Kanoria, President, FICCI in a statement. The company has suffered from a production loss of 210 crore rupees in last three days.
As per the reports the police has identified those workers who have instigated the violence. According to the Haryana's DGP most of them are union leaders and executive members of the workers union who were on negotiating with the management before the violence occurred.
Maruti Suzuki India's managing director Shinzo Nakanishi had said yesterday that the company would not compromise on violence. The company's COO SY Siddiqui had even said that in short the company might go for a lockout, as reported by the Times of India.