Published: August 1, 2020 5:32:19 am
The Supreme Court on Friday famous that states and Union Territories (UT) have been but to tell the courtroom about what had been completed to adjust to its June 9 path to take care of a report of migrant labourers who had arrived in these states and UTs within the wake of the lockdown.
“In our order dated 09.06.2020, we’ve got observed that the duty which has now to be undertaken by the involved States and Union Territories is to take care of report of all such migrant staff, who’ve arrived at completely different locations… None of the States/Union Territories have filed any affidavit giving particulars of the compliance of the… path,” a bench of Justices Ashok Bhushan, R Subhash Reddy and M R Shah stated, giving the states and the UTs three extra weeks to conform.
The apex courtroom identified that they “are required to carry on report the mode and method during which data of migrant labourers who’ve reached their native locations are being maintained with their talent, nature of employment and different particulars”.
The June 9 order had, amongst different issues, stated that “particulars of all migrant labourers, who’ve reached their native locations, shall be maintained (by the states and UTs) with particulars of their talent, nature of employment, earlier place of employment”.
Taking suo motu cognizance of the difficulties confronted by migrant labourers following the lockdown, the Supreme Court had on June 9 requested all states and UTs to do the needful to ship these stranded again to their native locations inside 15 days.
On Friday, the courtroom stated that regardless of the steps taken by the states and UTs, there have been nonetheless some migrant staff stranded in several states, together with Maharashtra. The bench requested Maharashtra to make sure the return of stranded staff.
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