Download THE SINDH DIFFERENTLY ABLE PERSONS (EMPLOYMENT, REHABILITATION AND WELFARE) ACT, 2014 — Differently able persons means a person who, on account of injury, disease or congenital deformity, is challenged for undertaking any gainful profession or employment in order to earn his livelihood and includes a person who is blind, deaf, physically challenged or mentally challenged. Employee means a regular or whole-time employee whether employed on daily, weekly or monthly basis, and includes an apprentice. Not less than two percent of the total number of the persons employed by an establishment at any time shall be differently able persons whose names have been registered with the Employment Exchange or the District Officer Social Welfare of the area in which such establishment is located and against whose names in the register to be maintained under section 10 an endorsement exists to the effect that they are fit to work.