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Job fraud in Kuwait - Stranded youths to receive passports on Jul 10


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Kuwait, Jul 10: Indians stuck at Kuwait after becoming victims of a fake racket, are expected to get back their passports on Wednesday, July 10. They will return in three batches, July 13, 15, and 17. However, the future of 15 persons including eight Mangalureans whose legal issues still await solution is uncertain.

Those who will continue to stay put there are Imtiaz, Azeez Abdulla, Haneef Abbu, Mohammed Irfan, Ganesh Shivaram, Abdul Azeez, Mohammed Arif Bannur and Ashfaq Amir Hussain. Their legal issues with the company which offered employment are yet to be sorted out.

Six including four from Mangaluru will depart Kuwait on July 13 while 15 from Andhra Pradesh will leave on July 15. On July 17, 29 from here and four from Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu will travel to Mumbai and reach their native places by train.

NRI sources said that the company has refused to return their passports as it has been claiming that they have not returned the company vehicle and other things. Although the company said it will hand over passports to individual workers, the Indian embassy has asked the same to be routed through their office.

At the same time, Reshma Suvarna, who was under house arrest and was released and kept in the rehabilitation centre of the Indian embassy will have to wait for at least a month to return to Casba Bengre here. The Indian embassy sources said that there is a need to wait for the family to file missing complaint. If a complaint is filed, legal issues associated with it have to be addressed. Her passport has to be collected from the person who brought her to Kuwait on work. If this is not possible, the embassy will have to send her back on the basis of out pass .

Reshma had gone to Kuwait with her husband on January 2, 2018 after both of them bagged employment. Her husband,who was working elsewhere, had died in a few days later. Reshma, who was looking after household work, was not provided food properly, nor was she getting salary. She also used to be tortured, and made to work from 7 am to 12 pm. The door of the house remained locked when the family went out, and Reshma somehow had managed to reach the Indian embassy.

 

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Thu, Jul 11 2019

    Good to debar to those who committed job fraud

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    It is good news that some of the stranded youths held up in Kuwait since many months will sent back to their respective places in India. They have gone through a terrible ordeal. I hope that all the others will be back. I wish them good luck.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    How hard when lawless people are on work.why the countrys law doesnt help to workers I dont understand.Hope the youngsters will be out.People should get their documents ,pass port which is their right to have with them.No other country is taking away their pass ports.This nightmare should be ended soon.we can say only when they are out and in in own country,they are saved.Lawless country.

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  • shenoy, mangalore

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    Govt bothered on only cattles and not humans .
    So many rape cases in dakshina kannada and elected representatives are silent as this would not gain them votes .People no more intrested in electing a person with service oriented and to work for poor but elects persons who has Power and money greed.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Jul 10 2019

    If Government can spend Rs. 40 Crores to buy One MLA ...

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