Twenty held for violence in Aurangabad; industries targeted
They were arrested for torching and damaging vehicles and public properties during the bandh yesterday, said Police Commissioner Chiranjeev Prasad. Some more would be rounded up soon, he said.
Prasad Kokil, former president, the Chamber of Marathwada Industries and Agriculture (CMIA), said 60 companies, including Siemens, Endurance Technologies, Varroc, Nahar Infotech, Akanksha Packs, NRB Bearings and Canpack, among others, were targeted by hooligans.
He said a delegation would soon meet Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and discuss the issue with him. President of Marathwada Association of Small Scale Industries and Agriculture (MASSIA) Kishor Rathi said the incident, which caused financial losses to industries, has sent the negative signal to investors across the globe.
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