Lohardaga: Behind the Jyoti bricks klin situated within the Senha Police Station area, as many as 47 labourers were freed after being kept in captivation for three months.
This operation was led by Labor Superintendent Dipti Lori Tirki, assistant mining officer Niranjan Prasad and Sudhir Prasad Sahu, in-charge of Sinha police station.
Three months ago laborers came to work in the Jyoti Bricks with the aide of a middleman. There, they were allowed no leaves and were also not given proper wages. They were treated as a But there they were being treated as serfs.
Rameshwar Sahu, the brick-kiln owner slammed the allegations as baseless. According to him the workers were giving proper money and leave on demand for leave.
The laborers will leave for Chhattisgarh on Wednesday.