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NHRC expressed concern over bonded labour

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NHRC expressed concern over bonded labour
Bonded labour still high in the state

NHRC expressed concern over bonded labour

Bonded labour still high in the state

Hyderabad, February 24, 2006

The National Human Rights Commission has expressed concern at the slow work on abolition of bonded labour and elimination of child labour in the State and directed the Government to take steps in this regard. These two issues were reviewed by Y.Bhaskara Rao member of the NHRC at a meeting with top officials of Labour, Social Welfare and Education on Thursday.

KR Venugopal, former Secretary to Prime Minister and Special Rapprterur of NHRC participated in the meeting. In a press conference, Justice Rao said he had told the official that not enough was being done to address the issue. The NHRC member reminded the official that the State had the highest number of 13 lakh child labourers among the States.

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Andhra Pradesh on February 24, 2006

Railway Budget gives three new trains for Andhra
SCR gets Rs. 122 crores in budget allocation

Jana Vignana Vedika gets National Award
Wins National Award for Best Efforts for Science and Technology Communications

ECIL pact with Radtec for Doppler Radars
MoU signed

Chilkur Balaji Temple agitation may turn serious
Fasting still continues..

NHRC expressed concern over bonded labour
Bonded labour still high in the state

Award presented to YS Rajasekhara Reddy
Governor presents award to YSR

February 24 in History

Events and happenings on 24 February in History

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24 February 2002
Highlights: All-Party meeting on World Bank fund utlisation held

24 February 2003
Highlights: Discussion on Budget began at the State Legislature today

24 February 2004
Highlights: Mixed response to general strike

24 February 2005
Highlights: Arrest warrant against Collector

24 February 2006
Highlights: Railway Budget gives three new trains for Andhra

24 February 2007
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