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AP Paper declares lockout

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Hyderabad , Jan. 31

ANDHRA Pradesh Paper Mills Ltd has declared a lockout at its unit - CP — located at MR Palem in East Godavari district from Tuesday.

The company has informed the stock exchanges that the workmen of the unit - CP continue to be on strike since January 5.

The management was constrained to take the decision on lockout aimed at ensuring the safety and security of the plant and machinery and personnel of the unit, the company said.

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