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Sikh dismissed for carrying dagger

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    Kaur v Butcher & Baker Foods Ltd [1998] ET/1304563/97 (0 other reports)

A Sikh worker who was dismissed for carrying a dagger was indirectly discriminated against, holds a Birmingham employment tribunal (Chair: P D Williams) in Kaur v Butcher & Baker Foods Ltd.

Mrs Kaur, a Sikh, had been working for five months on the food production line of the respondent when a supervisor noticed she was carrying a dagger under her clothes.