The respondent no 2 has given annual increments and other service benefits to the petitioner as per law like permanent worker and his salary was fixed like a permanent Worker, Therefore, in our view the case reported in 46 DLR 143 is fully applicable to the facts of the present case and the mere fact that the petitioner was appointed on ad-hoe basis will not disentitle him from getting the benefit
under section 4 of the Employment of Labour (standing orders) Act, 1965.
Samir Malaker Vs. Labour Court & Ors. 11BLT(HCD)-380
It is incumbent under Section 25(1)(a) of the Act to submit a grievance petition in writing by registered post before approaching the Labour Court for redress. Admittedly, the petitioner did not send any grievance petition in writing to his employer by registered post.
Md. Jovnal Abedin Vs. First Labour Court & Ors. 9BLT(AD)-202.