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The Supreme Court, while hearing a petition demanding all kinds of laborers and self-employed workers to be given their salary or minimum salary during the lockdown period, said that we cannot interfere in the government’s work right now. Chief Justice S.A. Bobde said that we will not interfere in the government’s work for the next 10-15 days. The next hearing on this matter will be held on 13 April.Blog single photo

The court told the petitioner’s lawyer Prashant Bhushan that you see the affidavit of the central government. How can you accuse the government of not doing anything without seeing the status report, you see it. During the hearing, the central government told the court that the workers were giving food and essential goods. The Home Minister himself is monitoring the situation. Will take further steps. On April 3, the court issued a notice to the central government. Social workers Harsh Mandar and Anjali Bhardwaj have filed the petition. The petition said that the lockdown order made by the Central Government under the Disaster Management Act is discriminating between citizens.

The petition states that no provision has been made for loss of livelihood of daily salaried people. Whereas these people are also affected by the same disaster and suffer the same suffering. There is also no provision in this order of the Central Government for payment of wages of laborers who have already migrated and cannot come to their place of work to take wages as they are kept in mandatory quarantine of 14 days has gone.


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