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The Supreme Court has indicted the Maharashtra government for terminating its employees in the Irrigation Development Corporation after transferring irrigation schemes to a sugar factory. Though the employees were working for the corporation for 10 years, it maintained that they were casual workers. They moved the labour court and the Bombay High Court and won benefits under the Industrial Disputes Act. The government appealed to the Supreme Court, which asked the government to give them 25 per cent back wages and continuity of service, though they would not be reinstated. The court remarked that a government corporation should not imitate the attitude of private sector employers.
“Termination should be the last resort; in this case the government did not appear to make any effort to absorb them in other activities of the department or insist on the sugar factory to absorb them,” the court said in the judgment on, State vs Sarva Shramik.
Business Standard
11th November 2013 From India, Malappuram

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