Workers to rally against ir laws as hundreds of labourers rally against ir laws as they refuse to be paid for working for the employers who fired them

A dozen of labourers protest against the ir law in Gopalpur, Uttar Pradesh after their employers fired them

A dozen of labourers protest against the ir law in Gopalpur, Uttar Pradesh after their employers fired them

Samples of vegetables from the field where a labourer, Abheesh Singh, was caught trying to plant a tomato seeds on a hill. He was fired yesterday by his employer for refusing the ‘illegal’ orders. This was in Ghatkopar, UP. The company 바카라refused to let him work despite his being offered the lowest salaries. He was released from the hospital in Rajasthan, this morning and is now in the city, he said. He is hopeful of returning to work. Abheesh, his wife and his children started working as farmers in their farm near the village of Nalini on June 26 last year. He had been planning to start working as a picker once it was harvest time. But, due to the firing, he was unable to work. He said, “We are going to fight for our release but we are being chased by these employers. We were working and we wanted to be productive but they fired us. We are being hounded.” His employer has also denied firing the workers on grounds that their protest was illegal but a senior police officer, told NDTV the ‘ir’ law was in place and it was unlawful to refuse to take orders from employers even when the orders could be against your own health or safety.

Some labourers protest against the ir law in Ghatkopar, Uttar Pradesh after their employers fired them

The ir law was passed in Uttar Pradesh by the Uttar Pradesh government under a law passed by the previous BJP government in더킹카지노 2014.바카라 Earlier this month, the Uttar Pradesh high court refused to bail accused Naveen Kumar Agrawal in his case. “I don’t know of any case where it has been passed. So how can a government decide to enforce an immoral law? There will be consequences if they do it again,” said Naveen Agrawal, Nalini’s son.

Union workers on Wednesday began protesting in the western part of the state over the killing of three workers in Uttar Pradesh

Nalini Singh, Abheesh’s mother, has been collecting signatures to register a protest at the Supreme Court in Lucknow. “My son wa