Mujnai tea garden in Birpara-Madarihat location in West Bengal’s Alipurduar district reopened on Wednesday after a gap of 21 months, and around 1,000 workers have actually once again joined work, officials said.The resuming of the tea estate brought cheers amongst workers ahead of the festive season.
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Alipurduar (WB), Sep 16: Mujnai tea garden in Birpara-Madarihat area in West Bengal’s Alipurduar district resumed on Wednesday after a gap of 21 months, and around 1,000 workers have actually again joined work, authorities said.The resuming of the tea estate brought cheers amongst employees ahead of the festive season.
Madarihat MLA Manoj Tigga and the trade union leaders were present throughout the jubilant event, the officials said.However, several tea gardens remain closed in north Bengal, especially in the Dooars location, triggering tremendous distress to thousands of workers, they included.
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