Mrtu & Pulp - CiteHR
Rajat Joshi
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Dear All, Cold u plz Let me know the difference between Registered trade Union And Recognised union & what is the rigts for these union under the bove Act? Please do the needful. Regards Bala Panmand
Hi Bala,

Trade Union in India is the primary instrument for promoting the union of trade union movement and championing the cause of working class in India. The Madras Labor Union was the first organized Trade Union in India followed by a large number of trade unions in the Indian industrial centers. The Indian government passed the Trade Unions Act in 1926, which legalized the registered Trade Union in India. The Act also gives protection to these trade unions against certain civil and criminal cases.

Registered Trade Unions as per their charter have the rights to protest against the attacks on trade union right, right to strike, right to collective bargaining, reduction of social security, closure of industrial units and massive retrenchment of workers, and the endangering growth of unemployment.

Recognised Union – Can you be more specific on this point please?..Normally the workers have the right to join or form a new union which is affliated to the Recognized Trade Unions..sometimes if IR practices are good then the union may not join any of those recognized Trade Unions and negotiate with the Company Directly.

Regards,

Rajat

hi rajat, Currently I’m purusing Diploma in labour law. Can u attach a copy of MRTU & PULP act 1971 along with rules and forms??? It will be a great help. Regards, Ashwini.
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