India's top carmaker Maruti Suzuki on Thursday suspended production at a plant near New Delhi after a manager was burnt to death and scores of others injured in a riot by angry workers.
In this file photo, taken in 2011, private security guards are seen standing in front of the main gate of Maruti Suzuki Production Facility in Manesar, about 50km from New Delhi. India's top carmaker has suspended production at the plant after workers attacked managers, leaving one person dead and more than 40 injured.
Maruti identified the dead man as the plant's personnel manager, Avnish Kumar Dev, whose charred body was found after the rampage late on Wednesday during which supervisors were attacked and offices set on fire.
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