The brick kiln labourers are one of the largest workforces of unregulated labour in India. Most of them are migrant workers who work at the kiln for the duration of the dry season. They are paid below minimum wage, receive no benefits. A large part of the workforce is children. Security measures are non-existent. There are no holidays. They live in make-shift housing with no water or sanitation. For seven long months, the workers – men, women and children toil at the scorching steaming kilns from morning till night.
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