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CWG: HC appoints panel to look into labour law violations

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/cwg-hc-appoints-panel-to-look-into-labour-law-violations/574999/

03 February 2010


The Delhi High Court on Wednesday appointed a four-member committee to look into the alleged violations of labour laws at Commonwealth Games project sites.

A bench headed by Chief Justice A P Shah constituted a committee comprising a labour commissioner, labour secretary, former UN ambassador and a person associated with NHRC.

The court asked the committee to convene a meeting on Monday to look into the allegations and file its report by March 17.

It passed the order on a PIL filed by civil rights group Peoples Union for Democratic Rights which submitted that the Centre has failed to force private companies to abide by the labour laws.

The rights group pleaded that the court should intervene to correct the impression and to bring relief to thousands of poor and vulnerable contract daily wage workers who are employed on these projects.