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What does BLLF stand for?

BLLF stands for Bonded Labour Liberation Front (Pakistan)


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Abdul Ghani al-Tamimi, poet and preacher; chairman of the Palestine Scholars Abroad Abdullatif Arabiyyat, Former Speaker of the Jordanian Parliament Swami Agnivesh, Founder, Bonded Labour Liberation Front and World Council of Arya Samaj, former member of the Indian parliament and former chairperson of the UN Voluntary Trust Fund on Contemporary Forms of Slavery Ahmad Obeidat, Former Jordanian Prime Minister & Head of the National Front for Reform Dr.
Filed under the Article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973 and on behalf of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education & Research, Aurat Publication & Information Service Foundation, Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum, South Asia Partnership Pakistan, the Institute of Social Movements Pakistan, the Bonded Labour Liberation Front, the National Trade Union Federation and the Bright Educational Society, the petition has made the provincial government of Sindh, through the Secretary for Education, Ministry for Education, as respondents.
The Bonded Labour Liberation Front (BLLF) made mountain of a mole and highlighted news in the international press.
In India, Satyarthy's Bonded Labour Liberation Front has freed more than 26,000 children from forced servitude.
Prominent amongst the participants were representatives of PILER, SPARC, Bhandaar Hari Sangat, Green Rural Workers Development Organisation, Bonded Labour Liberation Front, Mehergarh, ILO, HRCP, and several lawyers.
Filed on behalf of the Pakistan Institute of Labour Education & Research, Aurat Publication & Information Service Foundation, Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum, South Asia Partnership Pakistan, the Institute of Social Movements Pakistan, the Bonded Labour Liberation Front, the National Trade Union Federation and the Bright Educational Society, the petition has made the provincial government of Sindh, through the Secretary for Education, Ministry for Education, as respondent.
According to the Bonded Labour Liberation Front 8 million Bonded Child Labour of various categories are engaged in economic activities inspite of the Bonded Labour Abolition Act.