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Govt. of Chhattisgarh Department of Labour A PRESENTATION ON… BONDED LABOUR
Instances of bonded labour system within the state have not come to notice. Mostly complaints are received of labour from chhattisgarh being kept as bonded in other states like J&K, U.P., Punjab, Haryana, etc. Most of the complaints pertain to labours from Bilaspur and Janjgir-Champa district.
Service arising out of loan/debt/advance. Forced labour Under which the debtor agrees to render service The bonded labour system essentially represents the relationship between a creditor and debtor. Thus the debtor mortgages his or his family services Specified/unspecified period With/ without wages Without freedom of movement Causes
Rescue and Release Periodic meetings are organized to analyze the complaint received, and action taken. During the year 2001-2010, there have been 1095 bonded labour cases in the State. Complaint regarding migrant labour are received from time to time Action is taken immediately.
1095 bonded labours have been released during the year 2001 to 2010 District’s NameNo. of Labours Raipur05 Janjgir-Champa199 Bilaspur791 Korba59 Kabirdham27 Durg03 Raigarh11 Total1095
124 bonded labours have been fully rehabilitated & Rs. 24.80 lakh has been disbursed 586 bonded labour have been partly rehabilitated- only the state share of Rs. 58.60 lakh has been disbursed- Central share has been received & being disbursed. From 2001 to 2008
YEARNAME OF DISTRICNO. OF LABOUR 2009 and 2010Janjgir- champa95 Bilaspur276 Durg03 Raigarh11 Total385 Rehabilition grant of *Rs. 77 lakh. is awaited for 385 bonded labours rescued during last 2 years i.e 2009 and 2010 The 50% share of GoI & 50% of State Share Rs. 20.00 lakh has been provided for by the State Govt.
Rs. 38.5 lakh State share and Rs. 38.5 lakh Central share is awaited
PROBLEMS IN REHABILITATION District administration of the other states do not declare them as bonded labours. There is a long interval between rescue and their rehabilitation. No immediate monetary help for rehabilitation. Problem in funding their rehabilitation.