Section 28 of Industrial Disputes Act 1947 Bare Act & Notes

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Section 28 of Industrial Disputes Act 1947

Penalty for giving financial aid to illegal strikes and lock-outs

It provides that if any person knowingly expends or applies for any money in furtherance or support of any illegal strike or lock-out shall be punishable with imprisonment for a term extending up to six months or a fine which may extend to one thousand rupees or with both. 

Illustration of Section 28 of Industrial Disputes Act 1947

A, being aware of the fact extended support to the strike. In this scenario, he shall be liable for imprisonment extending up to six months or a fine extending to rupees one thousand or with both under Sec 28 of Industrial Disputes Act 1947.


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