The Workers Union of Meghalaya in Meghalaya – Thama U. Rangali-Juki (TUR) criticized the state cupboard's determination to approve amendments in labor legal guidelines, which had been introduced in a 3-day rescheduled funds session beginning May 20. Will be finished. The labor union has demanded that these amendments be made public.
TUR member Angela Rangad stated the proposal to amend the legal guidelines with out session with the stakeholders involved would go away one to apprehensions and doubts concerning the authorities's intention. And simply because we’re within the midst of an epidemic doesn’t imply that democratic and participatory practices must be deserted. <! –
For the sake of knowledge, let the state cupboard approve the Meghalaya Labor Law Amendment Bill, 2020 for amending sure provisions of the Central Acts, whose invoice will likely be launched within the upcoming funds session. The proposed modification was to amend sure provisions of the Factories Act, 1948, the Industry Disputes Act, 1947 and the Contract Labor Act, 1970.