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Six girls from Jamshedpur rescued from Bangalore on Jharkhand CM prod

Ranchi, Jan 13: Six girls from Potka block of East Singhbhum district who had been placed after successful training in Bangalore were rescued and are returning to their homes on the intervention of chief minister Hemant Soren.

Anjali Paan, from Mosaboni under Potka block who is one of the six girls and is skilled in tailoring , told that after taking training from Skill Development Center Dimna, she along with her colleagues went to do sewing-embroidery work in a textile industry in Bangalore.

Upon reaching there, everyone was put to work. But, the kind of facility which was said to be provided, it was not given. They were not treated well too. They were neither given proper accommodation nor food facilities. On complaining to the warden, the warden threatened them with beating. They wanted to return home, but were not being allowed to come and were kept hostage.

The girls requested the Chief Minister and the local MLA expressing their plight and their desire to return home and to share their information with the Skill Development Center Dimna.

As soon as the matter came to the notice of the Chief Minister, the Labor Department and the Deputy Commissioner of East Singhbhum were ordered for safe return the girls at the earliest. After this, the Labor Department actively paved the way for everyone to return home.

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