UK’s richest family Hindujas get over 4 years in jail for exploiting…


The Hindujas had been acquitted of human trafficking, however convicted on different costs in a surprising verdict.

A Swiss court docket has handed jail sentences to 4 members of Britain’s richest family Hindujas on Friday for exploiting Indian employees at their Geneva mansion. The Hindujas had been acquitted of human trafficking, however convicted on different costs in a surprising verdict. The family has an estimated web price of USD 47 billion. This is round Rs 392820 crore.

Prakash Hinduja and his spouse Kamal Hinduja every obtained 4 years and 6 months, whereas their son Ajay and his spouse Namrata acquired four-year phrases. The circumstances stem from the family’s apply of bringing servants from their native India and included accusations of confiscating their passports as soon as they had been flown to (*4*).

The 4 had been accused of trafficking their servants, principally illiterate Indians, who had been employed at their luxurious lakeside villa in Geneva. The court docket stated the 4 had been responsible of exploiting staff and offering unauthorised employment.

The 4 Hinduja family members had been accused of seizing staff’ passports, paying them in rupees – not Swiss francs — barring them from leaving the villa and forcing them to work excruciatingly lengthy hours for a pittance in (*4*), amongst different issues.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by DNA employees and is revealed from PTI/AP)

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Nilesh Desai
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