Ranchi, Oct 5: Following the instructions of Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren, 10 girls from West Singhbhum have returned to Jharkhand from Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu.
All had gone to work in KPR 3 company in Tiruppur, but due to language problem there, they started finding it difficult to work.
After this, the girls sought help from the state migrant control room under the Labor Department to come back.
After getting information about the matter, the Chief Minister directed the Labor Department and Control Room to bring back the girls.
The control room made arrangements for the return of the girls after talking to the manager of KPR 3 Company.
On October 3, the girls left for Jharkhand from Tiruppur. All reached their native place in Chakradharpur in Jharkhand on October 5.
For the number of days the girls worked in Tripura, they were also paid a total of Rs 90,200. Each girl got Rs 8200.