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2,500 Power Looms Units Shut in Tamil Nadu's Erode Protesting Yarn Rising Prices

This image is for representational purpose only (REUTERS)

This image is for representational purpose only (REUTERS)

According to Chitode Power Loom Owners Association that the prices of all counts of yarn were increasing every day, resulting in heavy loss.

Erode: Around 2,500 powerloom units in Chitode near here began an indefinite closure from Sunday protesting the rising prices of yarn.

According to Chitode Power Loom Owners Association that the prices of all counts of yarn were increasing every day, resulting in heavy loss.

They demanded that the central government fix the yarn price on a daily basis like petroleum products.

first published:September 22, 2019, 21:23 IST