Centre asks Gujarat and UP govts to specify labour laws they want repealed

In early May, both states had proposed suspending key labour laws for three years in a bid to attract investments flowing out of China due to the Covid-19 pandemic

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The Union government had sent its queries, asking the two states to specify which labour laws they plan to suspend through the proposed Ordinance, and official said

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The Union government has asked the state governments of Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat to specify the labour laws they have proposed to suspend by taking the Ordinance route.

In early May,

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First Published: Jun 22 2020 | 3:11 PM IST

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