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Hi

please suggest me i am in big trouble

I am working in a medium size company, i am from south india ,i traveled 2000KM FOR THIS JOB THEY HIRED ME Through online test and telephonic interview they eligibility criteria is high(min 85% starting from 10th ) when they hired mei asked them is it tech support they said it's not tech support and you need to work on rotational shift's but after joining their i signed 2 years bond on normal papers "they can fire me in at any time without reason but if i want to leave in these 2 years i have to pay 1.5 laks else they will sue me in fast track court." but after joining there they placed me in tech support that to complete night shift there is no training for me too i am working 14hr a day ,

i joined 2 months back i am having dinner only no breakfast and lunch,now i am totally sick lost 15 kg weight and my dress come from32 size to less than 28 i am totally ill they cheated me and now i am in type of tech support job that has no career except in this company and the worst thing is this company fires employes without reason in these 2 months they fired around 10 members ,and they are trying to hair people for this tech support but no one ready to work in this field

please suggest me i cam from 2000km and eating single time a day working 14hr i will die if i continue like this .i can't pay that much amount1.5laks i am from poor family that why i traveled this long ,i lost lot of opportunists because of this company , i am planning to leave but what if they sue my is bond legal in india they can sue me ? please suggest me how can i escape from this job.
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My dear friend
The best option for you is to quit without notice, they will not give you any relieving documents, but then be prepared to accept the last 2 months as if you were touring Mumbai.
Look out for a fresh job, appearing as a new recruit, do not mention the last job, make up some cock and bull story about having to tend to someone very dear in the family in your village etc. etc.
From your post, I presume you are bright enough to get another job before long.All the best.
Word of caution to all new joinees- In your desperation to land a job out of campus please do not sign anything that comes along. If you are promised anything by the company ask them to put it in writing, saves a lot of time and reduces your Blood pressure.
Agreements signed on blank paper or on judicial stamp paper- the fact remains that it all ends up in legal tangle, which costs, time, money, headache and energy wastage, isn't it is better avoided?
Dear Friend,
Resign if you want to, this bond is only a mental barrier. they cannot sue you as the agreement is not balanced and this also is against the constitution on India, which says no to bonded labour.
Be prepared to receive no relieving letter from the company. Be least bothered about the bond as that is legally not valid.
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