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In pictures: Deadly riot shuts Indian auto factory

One person died and at least 40 people were injured in Wednesday's labour unrest at the Manesar facility of India's largest passenger car maker

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Hospital staff move the body of Awanish Kumar Dev, human resources manager at the Maruti Suzuki plant in Manesar, India, on Thursday. He was killed during a riot at the factory on Wednesday. The plant was closed on Thursday and the company’s share price suffered its biggest loss in almost two years.

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Private security guards stand behind a damaged section of the plant, located in the northern state of Haryana. Police were searching on Thursday for 3,000 people they want to detain after scores were injured in Wednesday’s riot.

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Hundreds of police have secured the plant, arresting 88 people after property was smashed and parts of the factory set on fire.

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Burnt documents lie inside the factory. One person died and at least 40 people were injured in Wednesday's labour unrest at the Manesar facility of India's largest passenger car maker.

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Police officials walk past a damaged part of the plant on Wednesday night.

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A reporter speaks with employees at the damaged plant in the aftermath of the riot.

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Security guards stand outside a damaged section of the plant.

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A man walks past damaged cars at the factory on Thursday.

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