SPLITTING OF MINIMUM WAGES FOR PROVIDENT FUND CONTRIBUTIONS

 

It may be recollected that in Assistant Provident Fund Commissioner, Gurgaon Vs. G4S Security Services (India) Limited & Anr, 2011 LLR 316, the Punjab & Haryana High Court has held that the provident fund contributions are not necessarily to be paid on the wages which are fixed under the Minimum Wages Act.

 

Being aggrieved, the EPFO filed a Letters Patent Appeal No. 1139 of 2011 before the Division Bench challenging the order of learned Single Judge.  The Division Bench, comprising of the Hon’ble Chief Justice Adarsh Kumar and the Hon’ble Justice A.K. Mittal, on 20.07.2011 dismissed the appeal.


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