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Udupi, May 15: Sumathi Kotian’s case has been taken up seriously by state police and concerned departments and organizations, said Vishwanath Mada, president of Jayashreekrishna Parisara Premi Samiti.

He was speaking at a press conference held in the press club here on Monday May 14 afternoon.

As reported extensively in these columns, Sumati was allegedly ill-treated by her employees Deepak and Sarita Lewis in Abu Dhabi.  It was with a lot of difficulties that she had managed to come to India three months ago.

When she came down she was in a very bad condition both physically as well as mentally.  She had almost 60% burn injuries on her back, neck, shoulders and even her fingers were broken.

Eversince Jayashreekrishna Parisara Samiti has taken up the issue quite seriously and it has been making all efforts to do justice to Sumati, said Mada.  He was confident that concerned authorities with police, ministry of external affairs, the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi and other organizations would do all that is necessary to do justice to Sumati.

He further stated that this case should not go into the oblivion without anything happening.  “One billion Indians wish to send a clear message to all employers to treat Indian labourers properly.  Get the best work out of them but do not harm them in anyway or take law into your hands.  You will have to answer one billion people back home,” he said.

International scretary gnral cum vice-president Vigilace and Detection Anti-Corruption an d CPC Roland R Salins, Daijiworld Mumbai Correspondent   Rons Bantwal and Sumati Kotian were also present at the press conference.

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