Udayavni Special

Mumbai COVID-19 centre employees allege dues not paid, approach police


PTI, Jul 13, 2021, 10:51 AM IST

Mumbai: Twelve contractual employees of a COVID-19 care centre at the Bandra-Kurla Complex here have complained to the Mumbai police against their placement agency for allegedly not paying their salaries since the last three months, a police official said.

The employees in their complaint lodged at the BKC police station alleged that one Gaurav Joshi, who runs the placement agency, hired their services, but they have not got their salaries since April this year, he said.

They also alleged that Joshi had threatened them.

He earlier assured to get their dues released, but it has not happened so far, the official said quoting the complaint.

When contacted, Joshi claimed that out of the 12 complainants, 10 were working at the COVID-19 care centre in BKC.

“Our HR department knows about their pending dues. We will release their salaries in a few days,” he said.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Kargil, Leh join hands to push for statehood, constitutional safeguards for Ladakh

Bommai leaves for Delhi to consult BJP leadership on cabinet expansion

Sindhu India’s pride, one of our most outstanding Olympians: PM Modi

India beat Great Britain 3-1, enter semis of Olympics men’s hockey after 49 years

Bommai congratulates shuttler Sindhu for winning bronze medal in Olympics

Bengaluru: ‘Six railway stations to get inter-model facilities’

Pak finalises law to award provisional provincial status to GB, states report


Related Articles More

Kargil, Leh join hands to push for statehood, constitutional safeguards for Ladakh

Sindhu India’s pride, one of our most outstanding Olympians: PM Modi

Shah pays tributes to Bal Gangadhar Tilak on his death anniversary

Duty of society to offer opportunity to ”criminal” to defend himself: SC Judge

Language of intimidation won’t be tolerated: Thackeray warns opponents

MUST WATCH

PV Sindhu Wins Bronze Medal

Toursts in jog falls

School Students now grazing cows

UDAYAVANI NEWS BULLETIN 01-08-2021

Significance Of Cow Dung

Latest Additions

Kargil, Leh join hands to push for statehood, constitutional safeguards for Ladakh

Bommai leaves for Delhi to consult BJP leadership on cabinet expansion

Sindhu India’s pride, one of our most outstanding Olympians: PM Modi

India beat Great Britain 3-1, enter semis of Olympics men’s hockey after 49 years

Bommai congratulates shuttler Sindhu for winning bronze medal in Olympics

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.