Gzb maid's death: FIR registered against kin
Ghaziabad: Following the protest which was led against the death of a 19-years-old girl who died after she fell off the 14th floor of a high rise building collapsed in Vasundhara area of Ghaziabad, police have booked around 25 persons, along with the family of deceased, for causing ruckus in the society and preventing public servants from doing their job.
According to police, the Apartment Owners Association has made a police complaint and acted on the complaint police have booked the 25 persons including domestic helps.
As per reports, the domestic helps closes the two gates of the society for nearly six hours and staged the protest. The protesters also tried to stop the resident to take entry or exit from the gate. Some of the protesters also tried to break the glass of the cars with the help of wooden sticks.
"The protesters also prevented other maids to enter the society during their protest and demanded actions against the employer," reports said.
The residents were worried on Tuesday and Wednesday as no domestic helps showed up for work. A resident, who did not wish to be named said that there is a little inconvenience caused by their absence. Though I would personally prefer it if they don't come instead of coming and becoming a threat to everyone.
They skipped work and also prevented others from doing their chores at flats in the society. Several domestic helps did not heed the group's diktat. However, some of them were roughed up by the agitators when they returned. Police was called in when the situation appeared to be out of control.