Daily Mirror (Sri Lanka)

FTZMA de­fends...

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“We wish to state that the au­thor­i­ties and the gen­eral pub­lic shall not pe­nalise and shall be de­void of dis­cred­it­ing Brandix un­duly, which has been fol­low­ing proper health and safety guide­lines rec­om­mended by the Epi­demi­ol­ogy Unit of Min­istry of Health & Indige­nous Medical Ser­vices,” the FTZMA said in a state­ment.

It added that as a “Re­spon­si­ble As­so­ci­a­tion”, the body had taken var­i­ous steps through­out the pan­demic sit­u­a­tion as an ac­tive in­dus­try cham­ber and helped the health and law en­force­ment au­thor­i­ties to over­come var­i­ous chal­lenges at the ini­tial stage to re­sume oper­a­tions of its mem­ber en­ter­prises.

“FTZMA wishes to con­vey their se­ri­ous concern of this sit­u­a­tion and would like to as­sist au­thor­i­ties to curb and con­trol it,” the state­ment said, adding that the in­ci­dent may have al­ready put fi­nan­cial stress to the em­ploy­ers of Brandix Fast Fash­ion.

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