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DISCIPLINARY

Rule 63 #

Any member or affiliated body shall be liable to disciplinary action by the National Executive Committee of the union is in case of:

  • Default of payment
  • Criminal breach of trust
  • Defiance of any resolution or a directive of delegates conference, National Executive Committee, National Council of the union
  • Any activity or utterance prejudicial to the interest of the union or the activities serving the employers as against the interest of employees A member against whom there is a complaint of indiscipline shall be given a charge- sheet in the writing by the National Executive Committee and shall be asked to submit written explanation. He shall have the right to address the National Executive Committee on the subject if he so desires. The National Executive Committee shall take the decision after hearing the member concerned.

AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTION

Rule64 #

The constitution of the union may be amended by delegates conference by two-third majority of the delegates present, provided no amendment shall be made without a scrutiny by the National Executive Committee

DISSOLUTION

Rule65 #

  • Union shall not be dissolved except by a vote of three-fourth majority of delegates called in a special meeting for the purpose
  • After dissolution the funds of the union shall be disposed off in accordance with the decision of the meeting of the delegated called for the purpose.

Rule66 #

The fund of the union shall be kept in the custody of the bank and shall be operated according to the rules of the constitution or other standing rules

Rule67 #

The audited balance sheet of the accounts of the union and the Journal shall be placed before the delegates conference along with the report of the auditor for approval. The account book of the union shall be open for inspection by members during office hours which will be intimated by the National Executive Committee from time to time.

Rule68 #

As per Trade Union Act,1926 (Section22) any outsider may be admitted as ordinary member of the union

Rule69#

No fine whatsoever shall be issued upon any member.

Rule70#

Accounts of the union shall be audited as per TU Act,1926 Rule71: List of members and book of accounts shall be inspected by any member or office bearers after giving three days notice to the secretary-general

Rule72#

Union shall abide by code of discipline.

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