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HM launches tomcom web for workers

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Hyderabad: The Government is serious on Karimnagar rape case incident and will take stringent action those involved, Home Minister N Narsimha Reddy said. He launched a website Telangana Manpower Overseas Company www.tomcom.telangana.gov.in to offer online services to those migrants going to Dubai and other gulf countries for livelihood. On the occasion he said that the Government has directed the officials to speed up the case, suspend SI and take serious action on those involved. DGP is monitoring the issue as Karimnagar SP is looking in to the case. We will not spare anyone in the case he said.

Referring to those workers and other poor people going to gulf for livelihood he said that the new website will help them get jobs and security over there. The Government has taken a decision to send the migrants through website. The migrants should not fall prey to the private persons’ hands and organisations as they will cheat them he cautioned. Instead they should upload their details online for the purpose as the government has spoken to concerned officials, Narsimha Reddy said. We will send about 5000 workers to other nations through the online services, he added. (NSS)

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