New Delhi : The talks between Coal India management and workers union on salary revision failed today, two weeks after they agreed in principle to hike wages by 25 per cent.

” The Coal India ( CIL) management and workers union could not come to an agreement as in our opinion their ( workers unions) demands were very high,” CIL Chairman N C Jha told PTI.

A fortnight ago on January 13, CIL, had agreed in principle to increase wages of workers by 25 per cent.

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