How to save your life if you’ve lost your job, oil company says
By Aravind Sankar By | 23 December 2017, 12:23:04Oil industry has become the most contentious issue in Indian politics, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and others accusing the country’s largest oil company of destroying jobs.
Oil workers, however, are in no mood to be bullied.
The Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has warned that it will stop pumping oil if the government fails to address the concerns of oil workers, who are facing the worst economic downturn in the country.
The company said that the Indian Oil and Petrochemical Corporation (IPC) is the only oil company in the world that has a working group that has studied the concerns raised by oil workers.
The group has asked the government to ensure that the oil industry is able to meet the oil demand and supply needs of India, and to ensure the long-term viability of the industry and its workforce.
The oil workers’ demand has been met by the IOC, which has decided to stop its operations until a working team is established.
The IOC is one of the countrys largest oil companies and has plans to invest $2 billion to develop the Mariana Islands, one of its largest oil projects.
The IOC has been one of India’s top oil companies in recent years.
But the oil sector in the Indian economy has been hit hard by a prolonged economic crisis and political instability.
The country’s economy contracted for four quarters between 2014 and 2016.
The government, however has failed to take action against the industry, and the oil and gas industry is also facing the effects of the global slowdown, which the IOC has blamed on global financial sanctions.
Oil workers have been protesting outside the IOC’s headquarters in New Delhi, where they say the government is making promises and ignoring their concerns.
A group of about 2,000 oil workers are holding a rally at the IOC headquarters in a protest that has taken place for the past two days, with about 200 workers attending each meeting.
They are protesting against the government’s decision to shut down oil production at Mariana and say the IOC is responsible for the closure of the oil fields, which are located on the islands.
The protesters are calling for the government and IOC to provide workers with job opportunities.
The workers say that since the oil production stopped, jobs have disappeared from the offshore industry.
The workers want the IOC to pay a compensation of about $500 million, but the IOC said it could not provide a precise figure due to contractual obligations.
The protests also have drawn the attention of some lawmakers.
The Congress party, which is allied with the BJP, has also demanded the IOC compensate its workers.
The party has also called for the IOC and IPC to come forward with concrete plans to ensure jobs and employment opportunities for the workers.