Giving particulars Dinesh Kumar , Assistant Venture Officer, Victim Assistance, BBA knowledgeable that the raid was carried out at a dairy located at “64 Qillae“, Fatehpur , close to Amritsar on the instructions of the National Human Rights Commission.
These rescued included Jasveer Singh , 23, his spouse Baljit Kaur, 22, sons Gurjit Singh, 6, Fateh Singh 2 a daughter Reet Kaur, 4.
Surprisingly Jasveer Singh was discovered tied to chains.
“That is for the primary time I’ve seen anybody tied to chains which isn’t solely shocking however disgusting “ mentioned Dinesh Kumar.
Jasveer Singh alongside along with his spouse Baljeet Kaur and three youngsters resided within the dairy for previous over 5 years, he mentioned. The household was made to stay in two rooms within the dairy and weren’t allowed to ship their youngsters to high school.
Giving particulars, he knowledgeable that Jasveer labored as ‘bonded labourer’ within the dairy of Mohinder Singh who had given an advance of Rs 10,000 to Jasveer within the yr 2016 and was assured a month-to-month wage of Rs 3,000.
The household’s day by day work included taking care of and milking of 110 cows, scabbing the cattle shed in addition to different home work. The day by day grind of the household started at 6 am to three pm after which from 4 pm to midnight.
From 3 pm to 4 pm which was speculated to be the remainder time, Jasveer was tied with shackles and every time he needed to go outdoors then his household was not allowed to go away the dairy.
“Being a servant on name, Jasveer and his spouse needed to make themselves accessible around the clock to the employer”, mentioned Dinesh.
The worst half was that when Jasveer would fall sick, the employer would deduct Rs 300 per day from his meager wage of Rs 3,000 a month.
He knowledgeable that the alleged accused had fled throughout the raid at his dairy and the district administration was but to file a FIR.
Dinesh mentioned BBA had additionally rescued a younger boy who additionally labored within the dairy.
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