ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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NEW DELHI-Police in Charge of Industrial Relations

employers to lock out or lay off workers in industrial disputes and lock-outs and lay-offs for other reasons such as, say, power-cuts or non-availability of raw materials or other similar bottlenecks, it can be taken for granted, will be readily permitted by Authority as being valid and in order, In any case, the most telling refutation of the claim of the Prime Minister came within two days of her making it when Century Rayon served notice of lock-out on its workers, directly and explicitly because the workers had raised an industrial dispute and were agitating for their demands which the management considered excessive and unreasonable.

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