24 girls were airlifted and rescued from Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu to Jharkhand on 15th Dec 2020. They approached the State Migrant Control Room under Department of Labour, Employment and Training, Government of Jharkhand to come back to Jharkhand. The girls from West Singhbhum district were taken for sewing work. They were facing problems for food, accommodations, low wages, overtime work, and medical issues. On the direction in the Chief Minister Review Meeting, 24 daughters of Jharkhand were brought back to the State with the initiative done by State Migrant Control Room managed by PHIA Foundation under Department of Labour, Employment and Training, Government of Jharkhand and financial support from the sponsors from ACC Cements Limited and Local Partner ASRA, West Singhbhum.
On the Occasion of completion of one year of the present Jharkhand Government, on 29th Dec 2020, 15 out of 24 girls who were rescued were provided with appointment letters to work at Valencia Apparels a manufacturer and Exporter of Garments in Ranchi by Honourable Chief Minister, Government of Jharkhand. They will be placed at the position of sewing operations as involved in sticking based on probation period for 6 months and later on will be placed as per their skills. They will be paid a monthly salary of Rs 10,785/- with other basic facilities like PF. Also, overtime work will be paid off.