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Civil Society condemns the savage act of chopping off of hands of bonded babourers and demands quick and stern action

EMERGENCY APPEAL

Update: Thursday 20th Sep 2018
Author by: Saroj Kumar Pattnaik

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Civil Society condemns the savage act of chopping off of hands of bonded babourers and demands quick and stern action

The civil society demands stern action against culprits in Western Odisha who chopped off the hands of two bonded labourers after they refused to go outside the state to work. The two men, Nilambar Dhangada Majhi, 23, and Pialu Dhangada Majhi, 25, of Jaypatna block of Kalahandi district are now struggling for life  at the burala hospital at  sambalpur district. 

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