Statement and Assumptions
Statement: Why don’t you go to the court if the employer does not pay you the provident found contribution?
I. Courts can intervene in matters of dispute between employer and employees.
II. It is obligatory for the employer to pay the Provident Fund Contribution to the employees.
|A||If only assumption I is implicit|
|B||If only assumption II is implicit;|
|C||If either I or II is implicit;|
|D||If neither I nor II is implicit|
|E||If both I and II are implicit.|
(i) VALID: Root Cause. The concerned person must have advised someone to go to the court, after assuming the fact that courts can intervene in such cases.
(ii) VALID: Root Cause. Again he advises an extreme course of action of going to the court assuming the fact that it is an obligation on the employer to pay the provident fund to the employees.