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Seventeen employees of a security agency employed at Maruti Suzuki India plant have disappeared after testing positive for COVID-19.

An FIR has been filed by the police against 17 employees of the private security agency for disappearing after being tested positive for COVID-19.

The employees of the SIS security agency had tested positive for the infection on 17 June and were under quarantine as per the guidelines. When a tally of those staying at the quarantine centre was conducted, 17 people were found missing. The Haryana Health Department and the local police lodged an FIR at Industrial Sector-7, Manesar against the missing employees and the in-charge. The MSI spokesperson confirmed the incident and said that the people in question who tested positive are not their employees. All 17 missing people were SIS guards.

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