For this, special camps are being organized in 3 major districts from 12 July to 17 July 2021, where Kovid protocol and social distancing can be followed. These camps will be organized in 3 labor offices:-
1. Labor Welfare Centre, Nimri Colony, Ashok Vihar, North and North West District Office.
2. Labor Welfare Centre, Jhilmil Colony, North and North East District Office.
3. Labor Welfare Centre, Pushp Vihar, Pushp Bhawan, South District Office.
Apart from this, the Delhi government has made major reforms in the construction board in the last two months. Online verification system of workers has been started by the government. Also, now the workers do not need to go to the labor office to get their registration done.
The entire process of their registration is now online. And online verification of workers will also be done through live photo capture and online payment. With this, workers will not have to leave their work and stand in long lines of offices and they will be able to do their registration at any time according to their convenience.
After the new reforms, workers can now make all their claims online on the e-district portal. Claims like: education, pension, maternity benefits, marriage, death etc can be filed online and within two weeks they will also be available through doorstep delivery.
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A 24×7 helpline has also been started by the government for construction workers where workers have to dial 011-41236600 and give a missed call. Where work will be done to solve the problems of the workers within 48 hours.
While discussing these reforms, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that the Delhi government is fully committed for the betterment of the labor brothers and sisters. He said that the goal of organizing these camps is to update the data of all the construction workers so that the assistance provided by the government can reach all the construction workers in time.
Due to all these reforms the number of registered construction workers which was about 1 lakh in December has increased to more than 3 lakh today. The Delhi government has set a target to register all the 10 lakh construction workers of Delhi by next year.