A man keeping another man in interminable subjugation for his egotistical and per­sonal structures is a sort of man's cold-bloodedness to man which isn't limited to a specific nation or a specific area yet is found as a worldwide phe­nomenon for a large number of years, directly from the Biblical days to the present time. The classification changed from period to period and spot to put: slave, serf, and fortified work.

In India, this kind of abuse of man stayed pervasive for the sake of homeless person and mob for quite a long time. The term 'fortified work' or bandhua mazdoor is of ongoing starting point. In spite of the nullification of the zamindari framework, land changes, Bhoodan development, en­actment of enactment (Bonded Labor Abolition Act, 1976), foundation of Panchayati Raj, intrigue appeared Social Action Groups and vivacious people from society, lakhs of fortified workers keep on being abused and convey the burden of disregard, enduring and disappointment in miserable quiet.

Truth be told, the arrangement of fortified work, as common in Indian culture, is a relic of primitive various leveled society. A significant intrigue has come to be appeared in reinforced work during the previous two decades by social specialists, social researchers and the legislature since it is viewed as in­compatible with our social perfect of libertarianism with our duty to human rights. The extent of fortified work is simply perplexing as lakhs of grown-up guys and females just as youngsters are sentenced to enduring under its burden.

The Concept:

We need to comprehend the terms 'fortified work framework' and 'reinforced la­bour'. The 'fortified work framework' alludes to "the connection between a lender and an indebted person who gets advance attributable to financial impulses facing his everyday life, and consents to maintain the terms directed by the loan boss".

The significant term of understanding is that the account holder consents to contract his administrations or administrations of any or every one of the individuals from his family for a predetermined or undefined period. The relationship based on the understanding is on such inconsistent terms that while for each work or administration, there must be some reasonable compensation proportional to the cost of work in the market, under the reinforced work framework the administration is rendered for the obligation or in lieu of the enthusiasm collecting to the obligation. The borrower either works without accepting any compensation or if whatsoever there is any remu­neration, it is substantially less than the lowest pay permitted by law (advised under the Minimum Wages Act) or the overarching rate of market wage.

The 1976 Bonded Labor (Abolition) Act characterizes 'fortified work sys­tem' as "the arrangement of constrained work under which an indebted person goes into a concurrence with the leaser that he would render administration to him either independent from anyone else or through any individual from his family or any individual reliant on him, for a predetermined or undefined period, either without wages or for ostensible wages, in light of advance or some other financial considera­tion gotten by him or any of his ascendants, or in compatibility of any social commitment, or in compatibility of any commitment regressing on him by progression".

The understanding has different results as well, for example, forfeit­ing the indebted person the opportunity of business, refusal of opportunity of development in any piece of the nation, and forswearing of the privilege to sell at market esteem any of his property or result of his work.

The term 'fortified work' has been characterized by the National Commis­sion on Labor as "work which stays in subjugation for a particular period for the obligation acquired". The Commissioner for Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes clarified the term reinforced work in its 24th report as "people who are compelled to work for the leasers for the credit brought about either without pay or on ostensible compensation".