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Just compensation

This refers to the rape and murder of HP BPO employee in Bangalore.

The incident shows that the fundamental rule of all BPO companies that a woman guard will be travelling in all vehicles transporting female employees between 8 pm and 6 am has been violated.

Without burying the matter in a myriad of discussions, and fearing that all foreign investment will disappear overnight, the Government should take strict action against the company concerned for violating this rule and demand just compensation.

Mahesh Chandra

New Delhi

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