About the campaign
The hunger strike is over following an agreement with APMT management. See the timeline for details >>
Workers in APMT in the port of Mumbai are on hunger strike in support of a group of operations and maintenance staff who APM Terminals is refusing to directly employ.
The union asserts that management is going back on a commitment it made when it started operating in Jawaharlal Nehru Port, Mumbai, that after five years the workers would be directly employed rather than sub-contracted. Go to the campaign timeline for more details on the dispute >>
Navi Mumbai General Kamgar Sanghatana union (NMGKS) needs your support to make this global multi-national sit up and listen to workers.
Here’s what you can do to support the APMT, Mumbai fight for fairness and job security:
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The hunger strike being staged by workers is indefinite