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If dispute arises in relation to the management and affairs of the Union formed and registered under the Trade Union Act, 1926 must be dealt by appropriate authority under the Act and not through PIL.

This case was filled by RajKishore  Kumar,  son  of  Nageshwar  Prasad  Yadav,  resident  of  Mohalla  Lal Darwaza,  Town Munger,  District  Munger,  Bihar- 811201 against the State of Bihar. The Judgment in RajKishore Kumar v. The State of Bihar (Citation: CWJC  No.3169  of  2022) was served by HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE and HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE S. KUMAR.

FACTS OF THE CASE: 

This case was a Public Interest Litigation filled before the Court seeking court to pass a writing the mature of mandamus commanding the respondents authorities to call for and held free and fair election of the trade union namely The Munger Tobacco manufacturing workers Union  Basudeopur.

JUDGEMENT:

After going through the facts and arguments the court disposed off the petition and observed that The  dispute  is  inter  se    the  workers  in  relation to  the  management  and  affairs  of  the  Union  formed  and registered  under  the    Statute.  The  petitioner  has  grievances, if  any,  of  the  private  respondent  no.  7,  not  having  conducted any  election  of  the  union,  can  be  best  raised  and  addressed before  the  appropriate  authority  provided  under  the  Trade Union  Act,  1926  and  not  by  way  of  the  instant  petition  filed in  the  nature  of  public  interest  litigation.

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This case was filled by RajKishore Kumar, son of Nageshwar Prasad Yadav, resident of Mohalla Lal Darwaza, Town Munger, District Munger, Bihar- 811201 against the State of Bihar. The Judgment in RajKishore Kumar v. The State of Bihar (Citation: CWJC No.3169 of 2022) was served by HONOURABLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE and HONOURABLE MR. JUSTICE S. KUMAR.

FACTS OF THE CASE:
This case was a Public Interest Litigation filled before the Court seeking court to pass a writing the mature of mandamus commanding the respondents authorities to call for and held free and fair election of the trade union namely The Munger Tobacco manufacturing workers Union Basudeopur.

JUDGEMENT:
After going through the facts and arguments the court disposed off the petition and observed that The dispute is inter se the workers in relation to the management and affairs of the Union formed and registered under the Statute. The petitioner has grievances, if any, of the private respondent no. 7, not having conducted any election of the union, can be best raised and addressed before the appropriate authority provided under the Trade Union Act, 1926 and not by way of the instant petition filed in the nature of public interest litigation.

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