“He wanted to come back home, but we told him that he had worked so hard for it and done so well in his exams. He had even gotten into radiodiagnosis and imaging. We thought that things will get better with time,” Prasath’s father Ramaswami told Chandigarh Newsline.
After the Centre approved the closure of HMT’s tractor unit in 2016 and ordered the disbursement of Voluntary Retirement Scheme (VRS) benefits to the employees in view of the deteriorating position of the industrial unit, work at the Pinjore unit began to decrease.
Chandigarh: The incident came to light early Wednesday morning around 7-7:30 am when passers-by, on seeing the smoke, informed about the fire to the owner, Jaskaran Singh, who along with his family lived in the same building.