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Labour Law Gazette Notifications

Released Date: 2nd Nov, 2016


Nepalese And Bhutanese National Deemed To Be An Indian Worker

The amended Para 83 sub para (2) (ja) now defines an “International Workers” as an Indian employee having worked or going to work in a foreign country with which India has entered into a social security agreement and being eligible to avail the benefits under a social security programme of that country, by virtue of the eligibility gained or going to gain, under the said agreement; Provided that the worker who is a Nepalese national on account of Treaty of Peace and Friendship 1950 and the worker who is a Bhutanese national on account of India-Bhutan Friendship Treaty of 2007, shall be deemed to be an Indian worker

Effective Date: 2nd Nov, 2016

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