Delhi increases minimum wages for workers

New Delhi,  (IANS) The Delhi government on Friday introduced a slight hike in the minimum wages for workers in the capital.

An unskilled worker will now get Rs.390 per day against Rs.348, a semi-skilled worker, Rs.429 over the earlier Rs.423, while for skilled workers, the fixed minimum wages have been increased from Rs.423 to Rs.467.

The new wages will be effective from October 1.

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