Labour Law & Hr Consultant
Nagarkar Vinayak L
Hr And Employee Relations Consultant
Presently In Assam

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Dear Seniors,
Wishing you all a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year 2019.
Please share your valuable knowledge on my query that "Is there any possibility for exemption or any time gaping period of Forming a Trade Union in a newly set up industry?"
Waiting for your kind suggestions to receive at an early date.
Thanks & Regards,
M. Guna

Dear Guna,
Trade unions are formed on the basis of the Fundamental Right granted under Article 19(c) of the Constitution of India.
Therefore, there can not be any exemption either permanent or temporary based on the age or type of an industry to form trade union.

Dear Umakanthan. M Sir, Thank you very much for sharing your valuable reply. Thanks again.
Dear Mr. Guna
As mentioned by Mr. Umakanthan, there is no prohibition or exemption period for new industry, you should that union can even espouse issues of closed industry .
The union can be company specific, industry specific and can be for general cause like upliftment of workers and addressing the issue hindering to their well being etc.
In case of N. Delhi if you want to get register the union all company specific industry required is
6. That the scope of the Union shall be for the employees of -------------
( Name of Establishment)
7.That neither the applicants nor the office bearer and myself are the member of any other union functioning in ________________ ___________________
( Name of Establishment)
Shailesh Parikh
99 98 97 10 65

Dear Colleague,
No Industry , whether old or new is exempted from having union.
As stated , it is fundamental right of workers to form the union, and in an establishment any 7 workers can form the Union under the Indian Trade Unions Act,
Vinayak Nagarkar
HR- Consultant.

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