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Justice N V Ramana of Andhra Pradesh High Court said the present labour laws are outdated and there was need to amend them.

Speaking as the chief guest at the symposium on ‘Employment Law’ Managements’ perspective’ organized by the Employers Federation of Southern India (EFSI) , Andhra Pradesh here, Justice Ramana said the laws pertaining to industrial sector and labour policies at communist ruled countries were being amended and even replaced with suitable laws in tune with the changing times, whereas in India, old and outdated laws, belonging five decades ago and based on the British format were still being followed.

Suggesting that Management and workers should cordially work together for the growth of industries, the Justice said that the judiciary alone was not responsible for the lacuna as it was the collective responsibility of the legislature , executive, industrialists and trade unions to amend the existing laws in tune with the current trend.

In the recent times the judiciary is not accepting any misconducts and indiscipline, he stated.

Stressing on the need, to bring changes in the labour laws Amara Raja Group Chiarman Mr Galla Ramachandra Naidi said, China is growing faster than India because of their attitude to work.

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