In India, most of the laws that deals with labour issues were framed before the constitution took place. If not the most, the labour class is one of the most susceptible classes being exploited. After the Constitution was presented the idea of
Fundamental Rights came into existence. Subsequent to the Doctrine of Severability and Doctrine of Eclipse many changes have been introduced to the earlier framed laws, however, the labour laws did not require these many alterations in these pre-constitutional laws.
ILO must be accredited for the success of these laws, because the guiding principle provided by the ILO became the basis on which these labour laws came into existence. Witnessing the evolution of labour laws in India, it can be said the ILO have a great influence on Indian labour laws.
For the protection and conservation of working-class people and their rights, ILO provides assistance to its member nations to develop its own labour laws with the help of its Conventions and Recommendations.