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KPR Mills to Invest in Jharkhand

KPR Mills to Invest in Jharkhand
Create employment for more than 12,000 workers.
The Jharkhand government will soon ink a memorandum of understanding with a Kerala-based KPR mills to provide employment and set up garment factory in this newly formed apparel cluster.

Under the agreement, KPR Mills aims to recruit 12,000 labourers for its expanding production lines, including a new mill in Tirupur in Erode district.

Most of its labour requirement will be women. In the first phase, nearly 2,000 women will be hired.

Labour department officials said the company has agreed to pay its new workforce from Jharkhand a monthly remuneration of Rs 12,000 and take care of their food and lodging.

Notably, the incumbent state government led by chief minister Hemant Soren said it was working on a method whereby labourers going out of the state will be documented for future monitoring of their financial conditions and well-being.

It had also pledged to provide jobs to most of the returning migrants within Jharkhand.

The official also claimed that the department will organise period visits at the production units of the Coimbatore-based company to assess the condition and well-being of the workforce which will be hired.

KPR Mills aims to recruit 12,000 labourers for its expanding production lines, including a new mill in Tirupur in Erode district.

Most of its labour requirement will be women.

In the first phase, nearly 2,000 women will be hired.

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