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August 06, 2003

The Supreme Court has ruled that government employees have no fundamental, legal or moral right to go on strike.

Even trade unions, which have the right to bargain collectively, have no right to go on strike, the Supreme Court said on August 6.

Do you think this judgment erodes government employees' rights? Or do you agree with the ruling?

Tell us what you think.


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Number of User Comments: 10




Sub: Let the workers and their leaders do some introspection.

The right to strike is for some one who really works. And that is called a worker. But when a worker does not work, like ...


Posted by chanakya





Sub: SC Decision

I Think the decision given by SC is correct. Actually the incentives given to employees is aleardy enough. So if they go on the strike, ...


Posted by Himanshu





Sub: Wonderful!!!

Supreme court never rules wrong. If they have said something, then it must be correct.


Posted by Ankur Gargi





Sub: Wonderful Verdict

Verdict by Supreme Court banning strikes by government employees is great news indeed.It would have been nicer if a similar verdict had come at least ...


Posted by Vasisht





Sub: Then how to check the management?

I welcome the SC's stand on strike by government employees. But how will the government authorities can be checked when they are NOT taking a ...


Posted by NRS manian




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