Borewell deaths across India

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Who should be held responsibile for abandoned borewell tragedies?
Rig owners
Land owners
Law enforcers
Can't say

I strongly consider law enforcers are largely responsible for unattended/abandoned borewells death of innocent victims. Unless there is a strong penalty and jail term by Law to punish the responsible persons, neither the land owner or rig owners will be serious before leaving borewell unsafe and abandoned. The innocent lives will be lost and on and on.... till the stricter law is enforced and fast court actions are applied.

from:  baiju velayudhan
Posted on: Apr 9, 2014 at 07:57 IST

All said and done Children are the victims.
Bore well holes are the killing fields .
On an average this hits the headlines once in almost every two months.
The land owner or officials are not aware of what exactly takes place
or machines condition or soil condition. Contract is awarded or job is
entrusted on a turnkey basis.Greed driven individuals make a mockery
of everything and continue to do the same MISTAKES. Again and
Again.Law should deal with them treating this as a criminal act
resulting in DEATH. If ONCE a child belonging to someone in the
limelight is affected or even HURT by this kind of accident things
will change overnight.Till then keep your precious CHILD Safe from the
killing fields.

from:  RAVI
Posted on: Apr 8, 2014 at 15:39 IST

Over the years, India witnessed many children's deaths due to the
abysmal borewells. It's the fault of whoever, called Rig owners, or
partly Rig owner's too. Whatever, it may be, many parents have been
suffering the loss of their dear ones.

from:  Venkat
Posted on: Apr 8, 2014 at 12:21 IST
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