THE pay row among foreign workers at Chek Lap Kok may flare again today when a new group tries to get the Labour Department's assistance. More than 30 workers will see officials this morning to ask for a meeting of workers, employers and the labour agency which introduced them to the territory. Some agencies have been accused of holding back an excessive part of workers' salaries. Wong Ying-yu, organising executive of the Confederation of Trade Unions, said the aim of the meeting would be to trace money that mainland labour agents were alleged to have illegally retained from the workers. However, he declined to reveal the specific details of the workers' claims, such as which part of the project the workers were involved in, saying it was 'not yet the appropriate time'. Choi Lai-ling, executive secretary of the Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, said they would also ask for assurance from the employers that there would be no retribution towards the workers involved. Representatives from the confederation and the committee will also be present at today's meeting.