Kathmandu, Sept 9: The Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers has directed the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Labour and Transport to ensure immediate rescue of 30 Nepali migrant workers left stranded in the United Arab Emirates (U AE).
Thirty Nepali workers who reached the UAE a year back as security guards have been reported stranded as they have not been paid by their employer for the past four months. All of them were hired by a Sharjah-based company.
Spokesperson at OPMCM, Damodar Regmi, said the Office had written letters to both Ministries’ secretaries, directing to ensure the immediate rescue of stranded workers. RSS