Employees of HCL ask the court for permission to end their lives because they have not been paid for their work for 8.5 years.
On Monday, three employees of a school that is managed by the central public sector company Hindustan Copper Ltd asked the Jharkhand High Court,
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For permission to commit suicide and set their families on fire because they have not been paid for the past eight and a half years.
The three workers submitted a petition to the chief justice of the Jharkhand High Court, in which they pleaded for either an early resolution of their cases or permission to pass away.
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Teachers like Krit Narayan Choudhury, Yogendra Pratap Singh, and Khagendra Nath Sao can be found at an institution that is managed by HCL’s subsidiary, Indian Copper Corp.
They work at Ghatsila but have their headquarters in Jamshdepur.
In the letter that they sent to the Chief Justice, of which a copy was also sent to the Chief Justice of India, they stated that the most recent time their cases were heard was on September 21, 2007.
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According to what was written, “The final hearing was supposed to take place on September 28, 2007, in the court of justice NN Tiwary; however, due to unforeseen circumstances, the hearing was never held.”
The petitioners claimed that their cases had not been taken up in the court over the course of the previous four years, and as a result, life had become intolerable for their families.
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Their daughters do not have husbands, the schools where their children were enrolled expelled them for not paying fees, and they were unable to afford medical treatment as it became more expensive.