Saturday, September 30, 2017

Nepali workers stranded in UAE since two months

Some 22 Nepali workers are stranded in Ajman of UAE since two months. The workers reached UAE in visit visa paying huge money to the brokers in Nepal.
With the help of immigration officers at Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA), the brokers have succeeded to fly them UAE in visit visa. The brokers have charged them some Rs 200,000 to Rs 500,000.
Directors of Pandor Incorporation Keshav Thapa, Ramesh Kunwar and Dinesh Lama Moktan tempted them of attractive jobs and remuneration in UAE, according to the victims.
A team of UAE-based various Nepal organisations reached Ajman yesterday to know the whereabouts of the victims. They have assured them to rescue at earliest and has requested Nepali embassy in UAE to take initiation for the liaison.
It is illegal to over-stay in UAE. However, the number of cases has increased in recent days due to the reluctant of the government. The organisations have accused government officials of the repeated incidents.

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