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Western Railway motormen strike work in Mumbai
Vijay Singh in Mumbai | August 20, 2004 15:36 IST
Last Updated: August 20, 2004 15:50 IST
Suburban rail traffic on Mumbai's western line was disrupted on Friday afternoon when motormen went on a flash protest against an attack on one of their colleagues.
Western Railway spokesman Shailendra Kumar, however, said the strike had no impact on services.
A source said only a few motormen were sitting on a dharna at the Churchgate station.
They are protesting against the attack on a colleague in suburban Nalasopara on Wednesday.
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