In early February Patently Apple posted a report titled "Apple's Manufacturing Partner Wistron is Preparing to Reopen their Indian Plant after Riots closed the Facility for 8 weeks." Today a report out of Taiwan states that Indian media reported that the plant has obtained all necessary approvals and has officially resumed work.
United Daily News reports that "Indian media reported that the local Minister of Industry, Jagadish Shettar, stated that Wistron had resumed production at the factory in accordance with relevant licensing conditions. In the future, relevant departments will pay attention to labor issues so as to avoid a similar incident from happening again.
The Apple iPhone manufacturing team has also cooperated with independent auditors and Wistron in the past three months to ensure that Wistron’s plant has completed the establishment of the necessary systems , Process to resume production."
What's unknown at this time is the product mix that Apple may want Wistron to begin producing. The plant was originally designed to produce iPhone 7 and SE models.