Labor Ministry will go to the workers working in far-flung areas and listen to the complaint, know where it started

Labor Commissioner and Director General Labor Bureau DPS Negi meeting the workers

The ministry of labor and employment will go to the workers working in far flung areas and listen to their complaints and tell the importance of labor laws. It has been started in Jammu and Kashmir and Leh.

New Delhi. The Ministry of Labor and Employment will go to the workers working in remote areas and listen to their complaints and make them aware of labor laws. This campaign has already been done from Jammu and Kashmir and Leh. Apart from this, the ministry is also taking information about the activities taking place in these areas. This campaign started by the ministry will be carried out in other parts of the country as well.
Under this campaign, Chief Labor Commissioner and Director General Labor Bureau DPS Negi reached Zojila Pass and Kargil on Monday and reviewed the new labor laws. Had separate meetings with project officers of BRO and NHIDCL. Negi met the workers working on the Zojila Tunnel and listened to their grievances, assuring a solution. He stayed with the farmers for a long time. He told the officers and contractors the importance of the new labor laws. He requested the workers to apply and get their labor card, as well as register themselves in the NDUW portal, which is being launched by the Ministry of Labor very soon. This will give them many benefits in future. He made the workers aware about the rights and assured them that the government is always sensitive towards their welfare, safety and security. Explained the importance of implementation of labor laws to the officials and contractors. He explained in detail how the new labor code is beneficial to both the employees and the employers.

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