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Rajasthan govt withdraws order increasing daily working limit to 12 hours

Congress-ruled Rajasthan was the first state to increase the working hour limit to 12 hours from 8 hours through an order issued on April 11

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Somesh Jha  |  New Delhi 



Rajasthan govt withdraws order increasing daily working limit to 12 hours
At least 10 states in India have increased the working hours in India from 8 to 12 hours – with some States not even requiring overtime wages for the extra four hours of work.

The has withdrawn an order issued last month to temporarily increase the daily working period in manufacturing units from 8 to 12 hours. Rajasthan has become the second state to withdraw such an order, after Uttar Pradesh.

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First Published: Mon, May 25 2020. 14:02 IST

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