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16.Power to make rules relating to housing.-

The State Government may make rules for the purpose of giving effect to the provisions of section 15 and, in particular providing for-

(a) the standard and specification of the accommodation to be provided;

(b) the selection and preparation of sites for the construction of houses and the size of such plot;

(c) the constitution of advisory boards consisting of representatives of the State Government, the employer and the workers for consultation in regard to matters connected with housing and the exercise by them of such powers, functions and duties in relation thereto as may be specified;

(d) the fixing of rent, if any, for the housing accommodation provided for workers;

(e) the allotment to workers and their families of housing accommodation and of suitable strips of vacant land adjoining such accommodation for the purpose of maintaining kitchen gardens, 1*** and for the eviction of workers and their families from such accommodation;

(f) access to the public to those parts of the plantation wherein the workers are housed.

Plantations Labour Act, 1951 Back

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