Coal India Limited hikes wages
New Delhi: Coal India Limited, the largest coal-producing company in the world, recently decided to increase the wages of contractors' workers engaged in mining. This move is a welcome relief to thousands of workers who have long been demanding fair compensation for their efforts in the mining industry.
Coal India in a recent update thanks Hon'ble Coal Minister Sh. Pralhad Joshi & Hon'ble MoS Coal Sh. Raosaheb Patil Danve for their continuous guidance & support in successfully enhancing High Power Committee (HPC) wages.
This will benefit around 65000 Contractors’ Workers engaged in mining operations in CIL & its subsidiaries.Read Also : Gas Conclave 2023: Assam Govt, Industry Leaders Gather to Discuss Future of Natural Gas
The wage hike by Coal India is a significant milestone in the ongoing efforts to improve the conditions of workers in the mining industry. It serves as a reminder that every worker deserves fair compensation and respect for their contributions.
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