Mr bharkhatulla's monthly salary is Rs.1500/-

India
July 9, 2010 1:41pm CST
I am talking about an 18old boy, his name Md. Bharkhatulla. He is a boy working in a electrical shop. His parents are poor. They are not in a position to support his education. So they send him for any work. He had working as a lorry cleaner, cooler mechanic, and other some works also. Now one year back he joined in a electrical workshop. The owner is selfish(i don't know how to call him particularly, but the owner is love money only). His first salary started with Rs.500per month. He came to work at 9am in the morning and leave at 11pm in the night(14HOURS HARDWORK). Daily i am watching them, Yesterday i am asking the owner about his salary and he said proudly that " I am paid him Fifteen hundred rupees, u know". I was shocked...... Mr. Bharkath is working for 14hours hardworking, And you my friends HE IS DOING Rs.1000 work per day. That means he gaves Rs.30,000per month to his owner. THE BOY IN SLAVERY. THE OWNER THEFTING HIS TALENT. FRIEND HOW DO YOU RESPOND TO THIS DISCUSSION.....
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@swapnam (63)
• India
10 Jul 10
I am also see many times there are many children are working as childlabers. Really they loss their bright future. We have to fight against this situation.
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• India
10 Jul 10
Yes swapnam, you are right. We have to explore this issue. I am gathering the data on this CHILD LABOUR SYSTEM IN INDA.
• India
10 Jul 10
Did you met the parents of bharkhath. And did you talk about his career?
• India
10 Jul 10
Ya, i few days back i met them n i was discussed about his future. But they are poor people(daily wagors). First they neglect my words. They are not believe me. But i am explained about his hardwork and his that he is slavery. Then his parent are accepted my words. But how can we develope him?
@Hatley (164485)
• Garden Grove, California
9 Jul 10
hi rameshchow I am in the US and was wondering just how that converts to american dollars but I do get the picture, the boss'is a money hungry greedy person who is only paying maybe a fourth of what the young man is really worth,Yes I feel too that he is in slavery and the owner is exploiting him, Is there any sort of labor board where you could go to help this young man get treated fairly?
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• India
9 Jul 10
Yes, there are many labor boards. But they take it as a common issue. And the his boss says proudly that "i am giving a shelter to this unknown employer, i am learning work to him". But he never teaches him any work.
• India
10 Jul 10
Yes ramesh, you r right. In india there are many people living in slum areas. Bcoz of POVERTY. I want to mention a new thing here. The film director are make cash on this issue ramesh. Even foreign directors also invest money on indian films which are mainly focusing on indian child labour. And they win awards also.
• India
10 Jul 10
alas. none seem to have helped these poor laborers. no education too. they are all exploited. and, we are crazy to see such movies, instead of helping the poor.
• India
11 Jul 10
yes, i am also want to point out that thing in my discussion. Especially the film SLUM DOG MILLIANOIRE producer danny boyle cash the concept of indian poverty and the slum children life. Actually still there are many people in slum area in bombay now also.. The foreigner's can win oscars on the name of indian poor children, Really it is a shame..... But nobody highlight the actual situation of their lives.
@ericpapasit (1276)
• Philippines
10 Jul 10
Well it is a crime, the owner must be sued for this maltreatment....