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New Delhi: The coronavirus lockdown supposed to fight the unfold of the COVID-19 virus has pushed the financial system right into a extreme recession.

As a consequence, a number of corporations have been pressured to minimize down on the variety of employees whereas many others have reduced the salaries of their staff.

The Supreme Court has sought a reply from the central authorities inside per week on a petition filed in opposition to the federal government order giving full salary to the employees during the coronavirus lockdown. This petition has been filed within the Supreme Court by some industries expressing lack of ability to pay their employees.

During the listening to, the Attorney General on behalf of the central authorities informed the courtroom that the federal government has issued a brand new round on May 29, wherein the situation of giving full wages to the employees during the lockdown has been lifted. But the petitioner’s attorneys known as the federal government’s transfer insufficient.

In the round dated March 17, it was mentioned that due to the coronavirus lockdown, non-public corporations wouldn’t minimize their staff’ salaries. This round has been challenged within the Supreme Court.

On behalf of the central authorities, the apex courtroom was informed that the federal government will file an in depth reply on this regard. The Supreme Court has requested the federal government to file a reply in per week. The listening to on the case was adjourned for per week.

The petitioner says that as work has been fully stalled during the lockdown, it’s not doable to run enterprise in a productive method and consequently, it’s not doable to pay full salary to the employees.