Indian Embassy begins train to assist 100 Punjabi employees stranded in Abu Dhabi

Indian Embassy begins train to assist 100 Punjabi employees stranded in Abu Dhabi



Tribune Information Service

Ashok Kaura

Phagwara, October 28  

The Embassy of India in Abu Dhabi has begun train to assist a couple of hundred Punjabi employees stranded in Abu Dhabi after route from the Union Exterior Affairs Ministry.

Social activist Dilbag Singh, a resident of Baina Pur village right here, had a few days in the past written to Union Exterior Affairs Minister S Jaishankar, looking for assist for these employees.

The neighborhood affairs wing, Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi, then despatched an electronic mail to Dilbag Singh, asking him to share particulars of the stranded employees in order to increase assist to them, which he duly despatched.

Dilbag stated Sq. Basic Contracting Firm LLC is predicated out of Al Dana Tower in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. He stated this firm has one camp at 14, Mussafah, Abu Dhabi, the place the youth are at present stranded and don’t have any solution to contact their household and pals. Mother and father of those youth obtained data from their family members residing overseas.

Dilbag Singh stated the passports of those employees are deposited with the corporate. It has pressured employees out of their jobs, however their passports will not be being returned. As such, these employees will not be capable of return to India.

Dilbag has urged the Embassy of India in Abu Dhabi to find the camp and assist the youth.

 


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