One of the workers was in an irregular administrative situation with a record of expulsion from the national territory, for which he was transferred and placed at the disposal of the National Police
The Civil Guard of the Region of Murcia, within the framework of the ‘Actions of the Civil Guard before the start of agricultural campaigns and the arrival of seasonal workers’, has developed, in collaboration with labor inspectors of the General Security Treasury Social de Murcia, an operational device aimed at the inspection of various agricultural holdings located in the Northwest region.
These devices are aimed at monitoring the socio-labor situation in areas of concentration of day laborers and seasonal workers, especially in the places most affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, in addition to detecting possible irregularities in labor matters.
Last Friday, July 30, the agents carried out the inspection of two agricultural farms in Bullas where a total of 25 workers who were carrying out fruit collection tasks were identified, four of whom were transferred to police offices to carry out your full identification.
The steps taken made it possible to find out that one of them, of Senegalese origin, was in an irregular administrative situation, as he had a record of expulsion from the national territory, for which he was transferred and placed at the disposal of the National Police.
The agents investigate whether the company for which the foreign citizen worked could have committed any criminal offense.
La Benemérita maintains preventive work and surveillance of vulnerable environments, such as agricultural workers who travel outside their place of origin to carry out the harvesting seasons, with the aim of preventing the spread of Covid-19.