He works at three houses and earns 6,000 rupees per month.
But his income was once three times as compared to the present. But he lost work in some homes. Because of the allegations of sexual harassment against the householder.
Mina said she once worked at a couple’s 70-year-old couple’s house.
He took a loan of 10000 rupees from them for marrying a big girl. By that time, she worked for three years at home.
Mina complains that when she cleaned the house the householder would come and go to her body. Occasionally the householder was dragged by a minaret cloth.
But his wife did not know or did not know anything about her husband’s incoherent behavior. He used to sleep most of the time.
Mina tried to resist so that the householder could not proceed further.
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One evening, the woman’s wife fell asleep in the bedroom door. Mina complains that at that time the householder took her and tried to drag her over the sofa.
Physical strength was better than the householder’s age.
But fortunately, the body of the minar was greater than that person.
Mena was able to get out of the way by pushing him. Then he did not go home
But he did not complain to the police. No one would believe this accusation in his opinion.
Since then, the couple has been pressurizing Meena so that she can refund the borrowed money.
First they first threatened the telephone. Then a man was sent to his house to threaten Mina.
The wife of the householder blames the other side of the mine.
She said, the minar-dress enticed her husband. Then Mina was afraid and became depressed. He can not repay the loan and he can not return to work at home.
In such a situation, Mina was working in another house, she told the people of her misery to her family.
He introduced a minaret of the house to an organization of domestic workers.
Then he was contacted by the organization and the elderly couple. It is said, if they do not stop harassing Minna, then police help will be taken.
There was some accumulation of money in the hands of the minaret. Mina had repaid the amount she had taken from them as much as they could.
94 percent of working women in India, like mines, workers, construction workers, garment workers or petit vendors on the street.
In 2012, Oxfam, a global aid firm, conducted a survey on working women in eight cities of India.
According to the survey, 17 percent of working women are victims of sexual harassment.
Among the worst cases are female workers. 29 percent of them and 23 percent of domestic workers are victims of sexual harassment.