India has requested that Ethiopian specialists explore and help the seven IL&FS workers who say they are being held by nearby staff due to non-installment of compensations by the obligation loaded firm, an Indian government official said on Saturday. A gathering of four workers has not been permitted to leave an IL&FS grounds in Bure town, 400 km (250 miles) north from Addis Ababa, since Nov. 24, said store chief Nagaraju Bishnu, one of the representatives held prisoner. Two different IL&FS representatives were held prisoner by nearby staff in the town of Woliso and one in Nekemte town, the two of which are west of the Ethiopian capital, Bishnu told Reuters by phone. The principle door is bolted, they are watching our development, said 26-year-old Bishnu, discussing the circumstance at Bure. They've let us know until the point that they get their compensations, we can't move from here ... We are confronting restless evenings.