The decision would be helpful to the workers as it can also help in overcoming their difficulties during the period of unemployment, TEA president Raja M Shanmugham said in a press release here.
Once the situation improves, units would resume providing jobs to the workers from other districts of Tamil Nadu and also migrant workers from northern states, he said.
The TEA president has sent a letter of thanks to Prime Minister, Union Minister of State for Labour and Employment, ESIC chairman, Labour Secretary, Union Textile Minister, and textile secretary, the release said.
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