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Yogi government's big decision to bring economy back on track, industries will get exemption from labor laws for 3 years. UP Govt Suspend Key Labor Laws, Workers' Rights for Three Years

UP Govt Suspend Key Labor Laws, Workers' Rights for Three Years

Lucknow. The Uttar Pradesh government has decided to exempt them from the labor laws for the next three years with a view to help the industries badly hit by the Kovid-19 epidemic. A spokesman for the state government said that the government has approved an ordinance that provides exemption from labor laws to industries to revive the economy and investment affected after the Corona virus infection.

The spokesman said that the decision was taken because the nationwide lockdown has virtually halted business and economic activities. He said that there is a need to create more investment opportunities and give impetus to industrial and economic activities. The spokesman said that in the meeting of the Council of Ministers of State chaired by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the ordinance for temporary exemption from Uttar Pradesh selective labor laws was approved in 2020, so that factories and industries are left with the provision of three labor laws and another law. Exempt from all labor laws. He said that the provisions of labor laws related to women and children and some other labor laws will continue to be in force.

85 industrial units got permission to operate in Mathura

Permission has been granted to 85 industrial units closed in Mathura district due to the lockdown. The Deputy Commissioner of District Industries Center has so far given permission to operate 85 industries in the district. The district has a total of 1,351 industrial units, small and large. All of these were closed due to lockdowns implemented to control the Korana virus.

A large number of applications have been received for permission to start units in the office of the Deputy Commissioner of the District Industries Center after the government received a conditional green signal for the operation of industries. The Department of Industries has started giving permission in a phased manner. Deputy Commissioner (Industry) Ramendra Kumar said that according to the guidelines of the administration, the declaration form is being filled with the unit operators, in which the details of the unit and the number of employees etc. are given. Applicants who are applying with all necessary documents are being given conditional permission. So far, a total of 85 units have been allowed to operate in the district. These include more number of units related to manufacturing and packing of essential commodities.

This post was published on May 8, 2020 1:13 pm

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