Application of the Industrial Disputes Act 1947.-
(1) The provisions of the Industrial Disputes
Act, 1947 shall apply to matters arising in
respect of every industrial premises. (14 of
(2) Notwithstanding anything
contained in sub-section (1), a dispute between
an employer an employee relating to—
(a) The issue by the employer
of raw materials to the employees,
(b) The rejection by the employer
of beedi or cigar or both made by an employee,
(c) The payment of wages for
the beedi or cigar or both rejected by the employer,
shall be settled by such authority and in such
summary manner, as the State Government may
be rules specify in this behalf.
(3) Any person aggrieved by
a settlement made by the authority specified
under sub-section (2) may prefer an apple to
such authority and within such time as the State
Government may, by notification in the Official
Gazette, specify in this behalf.
(4) The decision of the authority
specified under sub-section (3) shall be final.