Now if you take a defence, you can say that at the time of joining there was no mention about the bond and nothing was mentioned in the appointment order. You can also say that it could be true that you did sign a bond with the hope that you would get proper training which would be anyway useful for your future career but the employer had refused to give a copy of the same. By not giving the copy of an agreement (the refusal is there in the mail) the agreement has failed to operate and invalid. Therefore, the company cannot exercise agreement/ bond on you. Like this you may send a letter to the company and wait for the reply. Your argument should be on the company's act of not giving a copy of the agreement and not giving you any training or spending the bond amount for your training.
A civil case will take time to find an end result. In the meanwhile, if you can file a case against the company for harassing you by showing the bond etc before the Labour Officer, it would help you. You can run it parallelly.
21st June 2014 From India, Kannur
Thanks a lot.
22nd June 2014 From India, Delhi
11th December 2018 From India, Delhi