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LML lockout: Govt says end it or face action

IT TOOK the State Government three months to wake up from its slumber and issue a stern warning to the LML management to end the lockout. A formal notice to this effect has already been sent by the State Government to the LML management asking it to end the lockout. The notice also specifically states that in case of non-compliance of the order stern action would be taken against the LML management.

india Updated: May 20, 2006 00:11 IST

IT TOOK the State Government three months to wake up from its slumber and issue a stern warning to the LML management to end the lockout.

A formal notice to this effect has already been sent by the State Government to the LML management asking it to end the lockout. The notice also specifically states that in case of non-compliance of the order stern action would be taken against the LML management.

Labour Commissioner Sharda Prasad has also been directed to ensure that the lockout ends. The notice (No. 687/36-1-2006) was sent to the LML management

on May 12 by principal secretary to the State Government Anil Kumar Gupta.

A copy of the notice has also been forwarded to the additional municipal commissioner Chandramani Lal Maurya for further action against the LML management is case of non-compliance of the order.

When the LML was not able to disburse salary to its employees on February 27 last, a notice informing lockout at the Panki plant was put up on March 7. Since then, employees and the LML management are at loggerheads. Several tripartite meetings had already been held between the LML management, employees and labour officials to end the deadlock but to no avail.

First Published: May 20, 2006 00:11 IST