Posted September 23, 2018 14:24:20The country’s Chief Minister has a long and distinguished history of supporting the country’s poor.
But one of his most prominent achievements was signing the National Welfare Guarantee Act, a law that provided the nation with a welfare state.
That law, passed in 1984, was instrumental in India’s rapid economic growth.
India’s Congress party, which governs the country, is known for its strict ideology and for its harsh anti-poor policies.
It also wants to reduce poverty, so its Congress-led government has enacted laws that target certain groups in society, including people with disabilities, people who are pregnant, and people living in rural areas.
But this latest law, dubbed the Right to Work Act, could help many workers in India, who lack legal protections for workers.
“The right to work is a human right.
It is not a privilege.
The right to a job is a right,” said Indranil Mukherjee, who heads the Centre for Industrial Policy and Promotion (CIPEP) and the World Economic Forum (WEF).”
This legislation is an important piece of the package,” he said.”
I am sure that the people will take this legislation very seriously and will use this legislation to promote their employment opportunities.”
According to a government survey, 70 percent of the country is currently on some sort of government assistance program.
“This will give the unemployed the chance to find work, which will in turn, give more income to the government,” Mukheree said.
According to the Indian Council of Social Services, the number of jobless workers has doubled in the last five years.
It said that since the start of this year, more than 5.5 million Indians have been on a disability-based support program, but they are not covered by the existing unemployment insurance system.
The right-to-work bill will be introduced in Parliament in the coming weeks, but not until mid-September, and is likely to be opposed by the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, which is a member of the ruling coalition.
“What is happening in India is very troubling,” said Shabnam Singh, a policy adviser at the National Council of Welfare Organizations (NCWO).
“It is the first time in India that a piece of legislation that has a strong anti-working class component is being passed by a majority party,” she said.
In his speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the government will bring back some of the basic rights that are enshrined in the countrys Constitution, such as freedom of speech, assembly and expression, as well as freedom from arbitrary arrest.
He also pledged to end the “political persecution” of the people who work in the public sector, and said that the government would take all measures to protect their rights.
The law also aims to make the government accountable to people in a democratic society, according to the Centre’s Office for National Statistics.
“If we want to protect the rights of all citizens, it is necessary that the judiciary be empowered to look into cases of misuse of public funds,” said Mukherie, the WEF’s chief economist.
Mukherjee said the bill is likely the last piece of a package that will include a tax reform, social security reform and other measures to help the country achieve economic growth and a brighter future.