Bhubaneswar: Expressing dismay over the enquiry report of Ranga Reddy region organization in Telangana with respect to the supposed torment allotted to a couple fortified workers from Odisha, the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has requested its examination wing to test the charge and present the report by December 30.
The NHRC order came while hearing a request recorded by rights lobbyist Dillip Kumar Das. In his request, Das had educated the commission that upwards of eight people, including two minor young ladies, of Ichhapur in Kalahandi area were locked in at a block furnace at Dandeikel in Ranga Reddy locale of Telangana in 2018. The proprietor of the block oven purportedly used to torment the workers. Incapable to shoulder the badgering, Arun Patra and his better half who filled in as workers figured out how to get away from the grip of the block furnace proprietor and arrived at their local, Das said in his consistent.
The NHRC had before solicited the area officers from Ranga Reddy and Kalahandi to document the ‘move made’ reports regarding the charge, January 28. The specialists of Ranga Reddy area presented a report with the commission, Kalahandi specialists, be that as it may, didn’t pay notice to the requests.
In its report, the Ranga Reddy locale specialists educated the commission that the work division authorities visited the block furnace and reasoned that Patra had been working through a contractual worker and fled the spot by lying and that neither Patra nor some other worker was being tormented at the block oven.
The commission, nonetheless, communicated disturbance over the reaction of the Ranga Reddy region Labor office and named the report as ‘created’.