When the workman did not complete 240 days in any year of his working and worked only intermittently, he is not entitled to any relief. - The Industrial Disputes Act, 1947
Section 25-F of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 is not attracted if the workman has not worked for 240 working days during the preceding 12 months of the calendar year at the time of termination of his services.
Work done for some days intermittently during 1986-89 cannot be clubbed to arrive at the figure of 240 working days. The period, the workman worked only for some days i.e., less than 240 working days as a daily wager during different years, cannot be considered to be service period in continuity with the regular appointment after the same.
-Premjibhai Jashabhai Bagada us. Production Specialist Officer and Others. 2018 LLR 759 (Guj. H.C.)
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