"The officers in the labour departments may be sensitised about these 20 control rooms," ministry said in a statement Citi g the Minister's letter.
Accoridngt to the statement, minister had said that the coordinated efforts of central and state governments are required in order to resolve the grievances of the workers.
Ministry of Labour and Employment had recently set up 20 control rooms under the central chief labour commissioner (C) on pan India basis to address issues of workers arising in the backdrop of COVID-19.
Initially control rooms were concerned with wage related grievances related to central sphere and issues of migrant labour.
However, after operation of Control Rooms in the last few days, it has been observed that out a total 2100 grievances received in the 20 control rooms till Friday, 1400 pertains to various state/UT governments.
"As such, labour being a concurrent subject, it is important that a proper coordination is established with various state/UT governments to resolve the grievances," it added.
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1 Comment on this Story
Yash Vora190 days ago
and each should have a toll free helpline number