‘Why did you come to us so late’, CJI said on the petition filed regarding vacant posts in CGIT, sought response from the Center

The Supreme Court has sought response from the Central Government on the PIL. A bench of CJI DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Manoj Mishra took this decision after taking cognizance of the appeal.

Such a petition came in front of CJI DY Chandrachud, seeing which he himself was surprised. In fact, the Labor Law Association had told the Supreme Court through a writ that there are a total of 22 Central Government Industrial Tribunal cum Labor Courts (CGIT-cum-LC,s) in the country. But there is no presiding officer in 9 of these. During this time the seats in three more tribunals are going to be vacant.

The Labor Law Association said that these tribunals were set up to deal with matters related to companies and workers employed there. In these, there are a lot of cases related to laborers. But when there are no people working there, how will they be able to settle the cases.

Posts will be vacant in three more tribunals in some time

The Supreme Court has sought response from the Central Government on the PIL. A bench of CJI DY Chandrachud and Justice PS Narasimha and Justice Manoj Mishra took this decision after taking cognizance of the appeal. The counsel appearing for LLA said that the post of one of the presiding officers of a tribunal is going to fall vacant on Wednesday.

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CJI was watching PIL, saw a baseless case, explained it with love, found the others same as before, got furious

Issuing notice to the Ministry of Labor and Employment, the CJI-led bench said why have you come to us so late. The officers are retiring on July 5. List the petition for Monday. Also send a copy of the petition to the Additional Solicitor General. The CJI bench said that we cannot pass a unilateral order to extend the tenure of a judge.

A total of 22 industrial tribunals cum labor courts were established in the country in 1974.

The CJI said that from an administrative point of view, he may nominate a Supreme Court Justice to oversee the process of filling up the posts in the tribunals. There are 22 Industrial Tribunal cum Labor Courts in the country. They were set up under the provisions of the Industrial Disputes Act of 1947 for the settlement of industrial disputes arising in the Central Sector.

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