Jharkhandi laborers stuck in Rajasthan, got no wages, getting threat to life...

Santosh Tudu from Ranchi in Jharkhand is talking to a Jharkhandi adivasi laborer Sanjay Hembrom stuck in Neemrana in Alwar district of Rajasthan. A group of people first took them to Tata, then to Delhi before reaching Alwar. They were promised Rs 12,000 per month but have not been paid anything in last 4 months. The contractors are threatening them and have beaten them up when they asked for due wages. They are looking for our help to get rescued. For more Tudu Ji can be reached at 09471756840

Posted on: Sep 25, 2012. Tags: Santosh Tudu

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