Corporate India is in shock after a mob of sacked workers bludgeoned to death the chief executive who had dismissed them from a factory in a suburb of Delhi.
Lalit Kishore Choudhary, 47, the head of the Indian operations of Graziano Transmissioni, an Italian-headquartered manufacturer of car parts, died of severe head wounds on Monday afternoon after being attacked by scores of laid-off employees, police said.
The incident, in Greater Noida, just outside the Indian capital, followed a long-running dispute between the factory's management and workers who had demanded better pay and permanent contracts.
It is understood that Mr Choudhary, who was married with one son, had called a meeting with more than 100 former employees - who had been dismissed following an earlier outbreak of violence at the plant - to discuss a possible reinstatement deal....
Hasty generalization, Jim. Otherwise, we could likewise infer from that Rugh anecdote that Christians don't make good workers either! Besides which, the article doesn't say what the factory workers' faith commitments are.
It appears that the Hindus definitely don't make good workers!
Gil Rugh said or, wrote: One of the worst testimonies I hear as a pastor, some people who employ other people say, you know, I hate hiring Christians, they're just not the best workers. Whatever the job, if the Christian is doing it, he ought to be doing it to the best of his ability.
The scripture is not concerned about changing political and social conditions. It's not God's intention that we be involved in reforming society. His concern is that we be involved in manifesting His character in a lost and unregenerate world.