It all started when about 200 workers from Bangladesh, employed in a Greek agricultural holding, had a dispute with three supervisors, the owner’s representatives, over their wages, which ended in an argument. One of the supervisors took a hunting rifle and began shooting at the workers.
About thirty workers were injured and were transferred to local hospitals. According to sources, twelve of the workers are in serious condition and the rest are slightly injured.
The owner was arrested and investigations to detect and arrest the three perpetrators are in progress.