Earlier, the Supreme Court noticed that some negotiations need to occur between employers and staff to iron out what needs to be achieved for the wage for these 54 days
Coronavirus | Supreme Court | Lockdown
Last Updated at June 12, 2020 09:06 IST
The Supreme Court will on Friday determine on petitions filed by non-public corporations difficult the Ministry of Home Affairs order to pay full salaries to workers in the course of the 54 days India was locked down to forestall the unfold of the coronavirus.
The courtroom had on June 4 noticed that some negotiations need to occur between employers and staff to iron out what needs to be achieved for the wage for these 54 days.
A bench of the Apex Court, headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan, and likewise comprising Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and M R Shah was listening to a batch of petitions searching for a path to pay wages to the workers throughout this lockdown interval.
First Published: Fri, June 12 2020. 08:32 IST