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Tag: Bonded Labour

24 Odisha Labourers Facing Harassment In Telangana

Bargarh: Around 24 labourers from Odisha’s Bargarh are reportedly trapped in a brick kiln in Peddapalli area of Telangana since October last year. A complaint in this regard was also lodged at Paikmal Police Station here by the family members of the labourers on February 24. The 24 labourers along with 11 children belonging to […]

Homecoming for 17 women labourers rescued from brick kiln in Telangana

Bhubaneswar: The 17 women labourers of Koraput district who were rescued from a brick kiln in Telangana after being held captive for nearly three months have finally returned home. According to sources, the women labourers of Laxmipur block of the district returned to their families after being safely rescued by officials of local police and […]

30 migrant labourers from Odisha stranded in Kerala

Rayagada: As many as 30 labourers of Rayagada district of Odisha are stranded in Kerala. According to sources, the labourers had gone to Allapuza district of Kerala in search of work. However, the labourers alleged that they had a squabble with some locals following which their clothes and other belongings were burnt.   After coming to […]

Target to bring all workers into social security net: CM Naveen

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Tuesday informed that at least 22 lakh construction workers have been registered and 11 lakh families are availing various benefits under different welfare schemes introduced by the State government.  After inaugurating the event to mark construction workers’ service week today at Exhibition Ground in Bhubaneswar, Patnaik said “As far […]

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Keonjhar villagers leave for other states to work as bonded labour

Keonjhar: Villagers of Nipo under Bansapal block of Keonjhar district are moving out of the state in search of work as they have been facing hardships to feed their families. Blaming the non-implementation of schemes launched by the state government and meant for the poor, the villagers are ready to sweat out as bonded labours […]