Salary deduction for not serving the full notice period

Situation : I left my previous company 3-4 months ago and my company notice period was 2 months. When I resigned from my company then I asked them if they can release me in 1 months rather than 2 months and they said OK. But when they prepare my full and final payment sheet they deducted 1 month salary from my full and final payment saying I have not served 2 months notice period that's why they deducted this amount. (I worked for 50 days and they are only paying for 20 days. They are deducting 30 days salary as I asked them if they can release me 1 month early). Is it legal? if not then what kind of steps we can take against them. Thanks,
Related Topics : Labour and Employment Law
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Advocate Justice Kishan Dutt Kalaskar

Bangalore 
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Dear Sir,

Get issue a legal notice and threaten them to go to Civil Court for recovery of arrears and compensation for mental torture.  For draft contact me. mobile: 9686971935 

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