Quick view: Hearing on Bajaj Auto case postponed to Friday

Apr 24 2014, 04:25 IST
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SummaryA Bombay High Court division bench on Wednesday fixed the date of the next hearing on the writ petition in the Bajaj Auto-workers’ union dispute to April 25, 2014.

Hearing on Bajaj Auto case postponed to Friday

A Bombay High Court division bench on Wednesday fixed the date of the next hearing on the writ petition in the Bajaj Auto-workers’ union dispute to April 25, 2014. Though scheduled for Wednesday, the case could not be heard. So, upon the Bajaj Auto counsel’s request to consider it as priority, the court fixed Friday as the date of the next hearing. The writ petition is being heard by the HC division bench comprising Justice Anoop V Mohta and Justice MS Sonak. Bajaj Auto had approached the court challenging the termination of the wage agreement by the union in March 2013 as unlawful.

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