Silk bangle manufacturers will suffer a loss of 15 crores

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Firozabad. Due to the strike, several million rupees worth of silk bangles kept in factories are being wasted due to the suspension of bangle binding work. Due to the lack of elevation, the rain stains the silk bracelet. For this reason there is a possibility of a loss of about 15 crores to the bracelet factories.
In the current situation, Firozabad’s traditional bangle industry has collapsed. The glass bangle industry, which has been fighting for almost a year because of the corona infection, has been affected by the recession, now the workers’ strike is taking a toll on the industry. Because of the lockdown, lakhs’ worth of gas is burning in armature factories every day. As a result of the workers’ strike, the lifting of the bangles made in the factories in simple, shiny and silk colors has come to a complete standstill for about 13 days.
Due to the unavailability of bandage bangles, silk bangles kept in factories are stained by rain. In such a situation, a simple silk bangle with a price of around 160 rupees per kg is converted into a bhangar of 2 rupees per kg. At the same time, more than 100 factory workers are expected to lose about 15 billion rupees due to the moisture defect in the silk bracelet. According to the information, bangle factories hold stocks of about lakhs of broken silk bangles.
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An average of 10,500 silk bangles are produced in bangle factories every day. Rain and moisture are very harmful to silk bracelets, which cost around 160 rupees per bale. In this case, white and dark black spots appear on the shiny silk bangle. If the bangle is stained, it cannot be sold.
Netrapal Singh Bangle Manufacture Artisans

Firozabad. Due to the strike, several million rupees worth of silk bangles kept in factories are being wasted due to the suspension of bangle binding work. Due to the lack of elevation, the rain stains the silk bracelet. For this reason there is a possibility of a loss of about 15 crores to the bracelet factories.

In the current situation, Firozabad’s traditional bangle industry has collapsed. The glass bangle industry, which has been fighting for almost a year because of the corona infection, has been affected by the recession, now the workers’ strike is taking a toll on the industry. Because of the lockdown, lakhs’ worth of gas is burning in armature factories every day. As a result of the workers’ strike, the lifting of the bangles made in the factories in simple, shiny and silk colors has come to a complete standstill for about 13 days.

Due to the unavailability of bangles to tie, silk bangles worth crores kept in factories are stained by rain. In one such situation, a plain silk bangle is priced at around Rs. At the same time, more than 100 factory workers are expected to lose about 15 billion rupees due to the moisture defect in the silk bracelet. According to the information, bangle factories hold stocks of about lakhs of broken silk bangles.

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An average of 10,500 silk bangles are produced in bangle factories every day. Rain and moisture are very harmful to silk bracelets, which cost around 160 rupees per bale. In this case, white and dark black spots appear on the shiny silk bangle. If the bangle is stained, it cannot be sold.

Netrapal Singh Bangle Manufacture Artisans

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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