Nashik: Two child laborers rescued from hotel leader

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Nashik : Leader News Service

Two migrant child laborers have been rescued from a hotel in Khadkali area. In this case, a case has been registered against Nadeem Yakub Tamboli (Rest. Khadkali) in Bhadrakali Police Station.

According to the complaint of Vishal Jogi of the Deputy Commissioner of Labour, this action has been taken at 5.20 pm on Tuesday (13). Two children from Uttar Pradesh were found working at the Garib Nawaz Hotel in the area behind the Trimbak police post. One son is 15 years 11 months and the other son is 13 years. It has been said in the complaint that the hotel owner used child labor for his own benefit and paid them less than the standard salary and subjected them to financial, mental and physical abuse and cruel treatment of the children. Bhadrakali police are investigating the matter.

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