AEPC urges Centre to pay April, May wages of apparel sector workers, Retail News, ET Retail

New Delhi : The Clothing Export Advertising Council (AEPC) on Monday wrote to the Prime Minister urging the governing administration to pay out the wages of staff engaged in the clothing exporting marketplace for April and May well to bail out the sector amid the coronavirus disaster.

AEPC Chairman A. Sakthivel wrote in the letter: “We humbly desire to inform that we are not in a position to pay out wages for the months of April and May well in spite of our most effective intention, as there is totally no output and no profits stream.

He also knowledgeable Prime Minister Narendra Modi that the marketplace has cleared all wages for March dutifully.

According to Sakthivel, the governing administration can pay out wages from the funds obtainable in the Atal Bimit Vyakti Kalyan Yojana (ABVKY) Plan, which has reportedly substantial reserves of about Rs ninety one,000 crore, as contributed by

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