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Order HC - Special Leave to Appeal (C) no. 8035
Builders Association of India (vs.) Union of India and ORS.
Appeal No. 8035/2016, High Court of New Delhi
Apprehension of the petitioner appears to be that without identifying the beneficiary workmen, the contribution is being sought. Without identification, the petitioner will not be liable to make the contribution, it is submitted. That process of identification will arise only at the stage of enquiry that is to be conducted by the respondent- Organisation. Therefore, it is made clear that during the process of enquiry conducted by the respondent- Organization, the steps will also be taken to identify the workmen either of the petitioner or engaged through contractor.
Needless to say that the Organization will ensure that the contribution taken from the petitioner will actually go to benefit of the employees concerned.
Subject to the above observations, special leave petition is dismissed. Pending application(s) shall stand disposed off.