Govt Withdraws Order Asking Firm To Pay Full Wages To Their Employees During Lockdown

Mumbai: The Government of India called off its order of mandating employers including shops and commercial establishments to pay full wages to their employees. 

According to the guidelines released on Sunday, the order of payment of full wages to the employees was not included, giving much relief to the employers.

Earlier on 29th March, the government had ordered the commercial establishments to pay full wages to its employees on due dates even when the industries or firms were shut down during the lockdown. 

Few companies had moved to the Supreme court to challenge the order following which the latter advice the government not to take such coercive action immediately.

Although, all the orders barring 6 Standard Operating Procedures for people’s movement have been called off. Alongside this, the order barring landlords to acquire rent from the tenants has been withdrawn.

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