Your latest post in this thread is after 1 year. A lot must have transpired in this 1 year.
The company has to reimburse the medical treatment for the injuries suffered while on job.
The companies usually provide group/medical insurance that should cover all expenses.
Did you inform the company for the accident/injury suffered by you immediately followed by leave application with doctor’s bed rest advice and treatment record?
If yes that should suffice.
The company does not and can not have any lien on original educational certificates of the employees.
The original educational certificates are result of many years of education, are personal property of the employee and employer can not have any lien on it.
There are court judgments declaring such tactics of the employer as illegal, unlawful………….e.g;
Dr.S.Rajesh vs The State Of Tamil Nadu
You need to have some evidence of the original certificates being held by the company.
If you have willfully submitted the certificates then you need to demand these back in writing under proper acknowledgment. If company does not return the certificates then it gives you a ground to proceed further.
The Inspector under Shops and Commercial Establishments Act can enter premises of the company and can check all files, records, forms, formats, registers and can even call these in his/Chief Inspector’s office.
If you have reservation about their integrity and prevalent corrupt practices due to bribe you can approach vigilance section, trade unions, labor Commissioner in person, police, lawyer/law firm, court of law………………………
In another thread an employee has collected his originals with the help of a police constable, SI………………….
There are many threads with similar queries which you may find relevant e.g;