A group of migrant workers in Zhengzhou surrounded the construction project manager’s BMW to demand their wages, which they have not received for six months. ChinaHush translates an article from Zhengzhou Evening News:
Not paying salaries? Then don’t think about leaving. On January 25, construction migrant workers in Zhengzhou surrounded the project leader’s BMW, not letting him to leave. However the project leader called for another car and forcibly left the scene. For this matter, the director of debt settlement office of the City Construction Commission Zhang Shunhai said, the City Construction Commission starting from today suspended this construction company and labor company’s rights to undertake any project in Zhengzhou, until the matter is investigated then precede further actions.
On January 25, at 2:20 PM, the reporter learned that a group of migrant workers due to long term delays of their unpaid salaries and after once again being denied, surrounded the labor contractor’s BMW on the street in front of the City Construction Commission east gate.
The reporter went on the scene and saw the BMW X5 with the license plate No. 浙A8771B parked there, the car window was half open. 8 migrant workers all over their 50s were sitting around and surrounding the car. According to the migrant workers, the project leader already called for another car and “forcibly left”.