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Sunday, 25 April 2010

Indonesians riot in 'race' clash

Thousands of Indonesian workers have rioted at a foreign-owned shipyard on the western island of Batam, torching buildings and cars.

The workers were protesting against an alleged racial slur by an Indian manager, a national police spokesman was quoted as saying by AP news agency.
Several people were injured and Indonesian police say they had to evacuate dozens of Indian employees.

The manager had repeatedly called the workers "stupid", local media say.

The riots took place at PT Drydock, the shipbuilding arm of Dubai World conglomerate.

"This problem has to be solved with the help of the immigration and other departments involved. Foreigners that insult Indonesians will have to leave the country," local police chief Leonidas Braksan was quoted as saying by the country's offical news agency Antara.
Mr Braksan has asked the Indian manager accused of the insult, to leave the country, Antara reports.

Indonesia's Ministry of Manpower is sending a fact-finding team to PT Drydock to investigate the rioting, Antara adds.

BBC News