“Indian Labour Law” Legal Case Study:- Usage of Vulgar Language

29 Nov

Labour Law Case StudiesThis is an attempt to compare the judgments delivered in the 1960 To 1990’swith that of judgments delivered from 2001 onwards. The Indian Economy has undergone significant changes after the introduction of liberalization and globalization. The Indian Judiciary has also taken a note of the prevailing circumstances and there is a different direction taken by the Indian Judiciary in the recent years.

 


USAGE OF VULGAR LANGUAGE

Earlier whenever the cases relating to usage of vulgar or abusive language reaches the court of law, the courts have taken a view that the workers basically came from the families of without much education background and they have grown in a society where usage of decent language was not possible. Therefore keeping in view of their social status, the courts have granted relief in favour of the workers even such misconduct was duly proved. Reference can be made to the case of Ramakant Mishra Vs State of UP reported in 1982 Lab ic page no.1790 SC.

However, now the Supreme court in the year 2005 LLR page 360 in the case of Mahendra and Mahendra Ltd., Vs. N.V. Naravade held that usage of abusive and filthy language against superior officer held that did not call for lesser punishment than dismissal.


Regards,

Pinal Mehta

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