Closed Oppo plant re-opened after one week

Taiwan News
Date: 2017/04/03
By: Jaose Kalathil, Taiwan News, Contributing Writer

New Delhi (Taiwan News) – Chinese mobile maker Oppo’s assembling centre in Noida

(Image courtesy: Oppo India)

was re-opened Monday after it was closed for a week after police filed a case against its Chinese production manager, Suhahu under Section 2 of the Prevention of Insult to National Honor Act, 1971. The employees had accused him of tearing off and throwing a photo of the Indian flag into the dustbin. A team of police personnel and armed security guards were deployed outside the office and at the entry gate. He was later sacked by the company. A group of jobseekers who were at the company office Monday was asked to come some other time.

On Thursday, the police had said that they were examining the company’s CCTV camera footage which showed Suhahu throwing ‘something’ from the table into the dustbin. The footage, however, is not clear what he threw into the bin. The company has about 4,000 employees, who work in two shifts – 8 am to 7 pm and 8 pm to 7 am.

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