Unions of Honda Motorcycles & Scooters and Hero Motocorp have assembled at Jantar Mantar to protest against Maruti sacking off 543 workers in August.
Maruti Suzuki's Gurgaon union is also part of the protests. Meanwhile, SY Siddiqui of Maruti Suzuki is firm that irrespective of what the SIT probe report says the company will not change the decision on the laid off workers, reports CNBC-TV18.
SY Siddiqui, COO - administration, Maruti Suzuki, says that in terms of our current stand on those people who have been found involved based on the evidence provided by the injured people in Maruti, there's no question of going back on that decision. But to a great extent that will impact the counter measures we take for future. The SIT report will be important from that perspective.