US judge grants $1.5 million as compensation to ‘enslaved’ Indian maid

Via Scoop.itRights & Liberties

Shanti Gurung had accused her employer, Neena Malhotra, who at the time was “serving as the Counselor of Press, Culture, Information, Education, and Community Affairs at the Consulate General of India in Manhattan” of slavery. She had come to New York city in 2006 to work as a domestic help, according to court documents.

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