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Dear All,
we are Manufacturing the Driveshafts /Axles for the commercial vehicles in satara , Mahrashtra. Can you tell me that is Mathadi Act applicable to this type of company? If yes ,please tell me under which section or schedule this applicable.We have labour contract with two labour contractors , he provides us labours. Other employees are on the Muster of the company. we provides Provident Fund to all the employees including labour contract workers. If we want to exempt from this act what steps should we take in this regard? or it is possible to get exemption from this act. Our company is the Joint Venture between US based company and local company having registered office at Pune. So, please try to solve our querry.
thanks,
Rohan

From India, Pune
The Mathadi Act of 1969 applies to the unprotected employees/unprotected Manual workers or the employees engaged in any scheduled employment (it is the schedule given in the Act which contains the list of those for whom the Act is applicable, so please go through the Schedule to know the applicability of the Act in your case....... (refer last pages of the given document, link is provided below ...

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If you fall under that scheduled list then No exemptions are provided and it is binding.............

It is usually applicable to the loading and unloading kind of manual works.....



(The SC’s recent judgment has not only upheld applicability of the Mathadi Act to industrial units, but also interpreted the meaning of ‘unprotected workers’ to include all manual workers employed directly or otherwise.

Thus, even direct workers as well as contract labour engaged in manual work have to register themselves with the Mathadi Board. SC Judgement in 2011)

for more details may refer : Government of Maharashtra Department of Labour.

From India, Bangalore
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