Section 34(1) of the The Bangladesh Labour Act, 2006 strictly prohibits employment of any child in the establishment. By section 2(63) “Child” means a person who has not completed 14th years of age. By section 34(2), an adolescent may be employed subject to having a certificate of fitness issued by a registered medical practitioner. The said provision is stated below: “No adolescent shall be employed or permitted to work in any occupation or establishment, unless (a) a certificate of fitness in the form prescribed by rules, and granted to him by a registered medical practitioner is in the custody of the employer ; and (b) he carries, while at work, a token containing a reference to such certificate.” If anyone violates this provision he will be charged for criminal cases.
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