Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Women sold by her relatives at foreign land

Posted by Anup Baral August 24, 2016 :
As many as 60 Nepali migrant workers, who reached Saudi Arabia for employment, have been left high and dry in Riyadh after their employer denied them work and salary for five months, Ujyaalo 90 Network reported. Referring to the victims, the radio report said a Riyadh-based company, apparently United Saudi Company, paid them only in the first month of their arrival.

They currently are said to be living in squalid condition in a building. The stranded Nepalis have urged the stakeholders either to provide them employment at another place or help them return home, according to the report. According to an estimate, more than 600,000 Nepalis are currently working in Saudi Arabia.

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