Bombay High Court allows employers to deduct wages of absentee employees in areas where restrictions are relaxed
The petition was filed in Bombay High Court against the order of the government which states that workers would be paid their monthly wages. The court discussed the issue and decided to not interfere in the order as the matter related to same issue is pending before the court. But the court said that areas where lockdown is lifted, the employers can deduct wages if worker s are absent.
This batch of appeals was filed against the Order allowing Action Committee Unaided Recognized Private Schools’ challenge to a circular.
The Orders passed by the learned Armed Forces Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi on 04.06.2021, refusing the grant of interim protection to the Petitioners was challenged by Petitioners.
Through this revision petition filed under Section 397 read with Section 482 CrPC, the Petitioner challenged the Order dated 10.2.2021 passed by Ld. Principal District and Sessions Judge, New Delhi.
Kerala HC: First Examine Whether the Course Adopted by the Corporation Is Correct and Then Implement Remedial Measures so Prescribed
The petitioner had prayed in the writ petition for a direction to the Corporation and its officials to ensure that the restoration work of the road was continued and completed only after having removed the existing bituminous road surface and to ensure that the level of the existing road was not increased by the restoration work.