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Suspected Maoist rebels abducted a government official from Jharkhand’s East Singhbhum district Saturday, police said.
“Prasant Kumar Layak, a block development officer (BDO) posted at Dalbhumgarh block of East Singhbhum district, was abducted by four armed men Saturday afternoon from near the block office,” police spokesman V.H. Deshmukh told IANS.

“The borders of the district have been sealed and combing operations have been launched to rescue the abducted official,” he added.

Dalbhumgarh block of East Singhbhum district is around 160 km from Ranchi.

Layak is the third BDO who has been abducted by the Maoist rebels in the last six months in Jharkhand. Two BDO rank officers, posted in Hazaribagh and Palamau, were abducted last year but later released after police launched combing operations.

BDOs are the highest authorities at the block level responsible for development work.


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Hello!
According to Factories act 1948, Chapter VIII,79(3), A person is entitled for full settlement of earned leaves after resignation from service.
(1)Can a state undertaking / Board covered under Factories act 1948, have different service regulation to above of not remitting the accumulated earned leaves after resignation?
(2) Can a state undertaking/ Board covered under Factories act 1948 have its own service regulations contrary to Factories Act 1948? Which is the supreme of both?
(3) Is there are any court rulings in favour of an employee superceding the point (1) as above.
(4) Is there any legal recourse to point (1) as above?

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