A real picture of the rice mulch will be found in the paddy vans. However, when the fish is cut, the head (fish) of the fish, not the head of the fish is paid as oil. And women workers are willing to work for oil rather than money.
Serejamin found that the people of Chandar Bil area are busy in making weeds today. For drying the dryer, about 2,000 machas are made in small mills. The height of these machas or dungis made in the bush pits and pavements is about 4 feet high. The hive has been covered with a net so that the predatory birds do not get caught in the fish. Fish flies always smell ash and rotten fish. In such an environment, about 3,000 women workers come to cut fish from dawn. Plastic sacks are kept in storage for fish. They go round one side of a pitcher with da-bati, and the small species of tengara khailsa, putty, mala, talkie, mani, they sit to cut fish.
Monika Biswas, who came in to cut the fish, said that they used to cut fish from dawn to 3-5pm. At this time he can cut 5/5 kg fish. Get less than 1 to 5 rupees as wages at the rate of Taka 1-5 per kg. If they do not take the money, they get cut fish oil (PETA) as wages. Every day they can collect one / half kg of oil by mixing 2-4 days of gourd that they get in the fish. Local dry makers bought it from them at a rate of Rs.
He also said that it is better for them to cut fish in exchange for oil than money. But dryers do not always want to cut fish in exchange for oil.
If you want to know why you work so low wages, what do you tell him? There is no work in the hands of the poor, rather than sitting unemployed, we have our own food.
In the context of low wages for women workers, Amal Bala said, “We are small businessmen doing small business.” Capital is less money than money. I do not understand the loss of any profit from my own business. So it is not possible for us to pay them a fair wage. However, many are making a living by working these fish.