Mumbai mills Built inSwadeshi was Bombay's first textile mill, the first of the factories that spread over Girangaonpopularly nicknamed as Bombay's "village of mills", in the next decades. Bywhen Datta Samant led the textile strike, overpeople worked in Girangaon. Samant planned a massive strike forcing the entire industry of the city to be shut down for over a year.
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Called to protest poor wages and labor conditions in the textile industry – which was once the backbone of the city – the strike.
Bombay’s mill workers call for strike On January 18, lakh mill workers from 50 mills across the city call for a strike, referred to as the Great Bombay Textile Strike. It is headed by trade union leader Dutta Samant.
The Great Bombay Textile Strike. Mumbai's first textile mill, the Bombay Spinning Mill, was set up in During those days, Britain imported cotton from the United States. When the civil War broke out in America, the supplies stopped, which resulted in a boom for the Indian textile industry. ONE hundred and fifty thousand mill operatives, including thirty thousand women and children, have been on strike and locked-out of the textile mills of Bombay for nearly three months.
(Redirected from Talk:Great Bombay Textile Strike) This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Great Bombay textile strike article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject. The Great Bombay Textile Strike was a textile strike called on 18 January by the mill workers of Bombay (currently Mumbai) under trade union leader Dutta Samant.
The purpose of the strike was to obtain bonus and wage increases.