Amrik Singh vs Govt. Of Nct Of Delhi & Anr. on 27 June, 2018

2. The brief facts giving rise to file the present writ petition are
that the respondent no.2/workman raised a direct industrial
dispute against the petitioner/management claiming that he had
joined as Salesman with the petitioner/management run by Sh.
Harnam Singh, the father of the petitioner, in the year 1965; his
services were made permanent in the year 1974; the
management did not use to pay his entire salary on time; the

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petitioner/management used to pay meager amount with the
assurance that the balance shall be paid at the time of need; for
the year 1993 to 1997 there were arrears of his dues for
Rs.28,300/-; the petitioner/management had also for the
subsequent period kept Rs.5,000/- and thus a total sum of
Rs.33,300/- was still outstanding against the
petitioner/management; his last salary was Rs.10,000/- per
month; in the month of March, 2014 the respondent
no.2/workman requested the petitioner/management to pay his
outstanding amount which he refused and on 02.07.2014, the
petitioner/management obtained his signatures on blank and
printed papers/documents and warned him not to come on
service from the next day i.e. 03.07.2014. The respondent
no.2/workman got issued a legal notice dated 03.07.2014 upon
the petitioner/management through his counsel, which was
never replied. The respondent filed a statement of claim before
the Conciliation Officer/Assistant Labour Commissioner
(ALC), North District, Nimri Colony, Ashok Vihar, Delhi and
despite notice the petitioner/management did not appear and a
failure report dated 14.01.2015 was submitted by the
Conciliation Officer.

Source: Indian Kanoon

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