After more than seven days of protests, including a hunger strike at a factory location in Badda, Bangladesh, more than 1,500 workers of the Tuba Group took their anger to the streets on Tuesday.
The workers besieged the headquarters of the Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association, where they were met by policemen equipped with helmets and batons. Meanwhile, dozens of workers observing the hunger strike in the building where three of the five Tuba factories are located were taken to the hospital for urgent care, worker leaders told WWD.
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