Consider the following statements with respect to Labour Courts in India:

  1. To be appointed as a Judge of Labour Court, a person must have been earlier a Judge of High Court.
  2. Labour Courts do not have supervisory jurisdiction.

Which of the above statements is/are correct?

Answer: [B] Only 2

First statement is wrong because a person who has been a District Judge for minimum 3 years or has held any judicial office in India for not less than 7 years can be a Judge of Labour Court in India.

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