The South India Spinners Association has spoken to the State government to allow the textile plants to work from Monday. 

In a notice to the State government, the affiliation said the State implemented total lockdown since May 10. It has made an enormous number of oxygen beds and coordinating immunization camps for laborers. Be that as it may, for almost a month, the plants stay shut and have kept the specialists anywhere nearby. It has opened up a few challenges for the plants separated from monetary misfortunes. The material plants will adhere to all standard working systems, whenever allowed to work. Subsequently, the State government should allow the factories to return, it said. 

In the meantime, Communist Party of India (Marxist) Tirupur locale secretary S. Muthukannan said the State government ought not allow the sending out units to work now with 10 % labor force. Allowing the units to work expands the danger of more laborers getting the infection. 

The quantity of cases in Tiruppur locale expanded when there was incomplete lockdown. Considering the wellbeing hazard of the specialists, the public authority ought not allow the units to work now, he said.