To spur investment and stimulate economic growth, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government is reforming the labour market.
According to a report in The Guardian, this means taking away basic protections for some of the most vulnerable workers. This will include dismantling labour inspections, restricting trade unions, moving employment law violations from criminal to civil code, removing penalties for gender-based discrimination and ending the country’s absolute ban on child labour.
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