Tamil Nadu Labour department has set up control rooms in all 32 districts of the state to receive complaints of any violation by companies and commercial establishments in granting paid holiday to workers on May 16 to enable them caste their votes in the assembly elections.With the aim of 100 per cent voting, orders have been issued to commercial establishments to give paid holiday to their workers tomorrow under Sec 135 of the Representation of the People Act to facilitate all eligible voters to exercise their franchise, a Labour department release said on Sunday.<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Announcing the details of state and district-level control rooms with mobile telephone numbers, it said complaints could be lodged with Labour Commissioners on these numbers in case paid holiday was not granted on Monday. The details were available on the department website www.labour.tn.gov.in, the release said.

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Tamil Nadu elections 2016: Control room set up for voters to complain about no holiday on polling day