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Dredging Corpn gets Andhra HC stay

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HYDERABAD: As a part of the contingency measures following the demands being made by its crew and monthly paid workers, Dredging Corporation of India Ltd (DCI) has obtained a stay order from the Andhra Pradesh High Court against the action of the workers.

In a communiqué to stock exchanges, DCI said the crew and monthly paid workers currently working on-board dredgers of the company, at the behest of their union, Forward Seamen's Union of India (FSUI), had served a notice to the management of the company that they were commencing work-to-rule agitation on the DCI dredgers from April 1. The union's demand was to fill-up vacancies on dredgers of the company.

The company informed the exchanges that the dredgers were working normally and there has been no adverse effect on production till date.

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