Indian embassy seeks particulars of Punjabis stranded in Abu Dhabi
Phagwara, October 28
The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi has begun an train to assist over 100 Punjabi employees stranded in Abu Dhabi on the instructions of the International Ministry.
The neighborhood affairs wing, Embassy of India, Abu Dhabi, in an electronic mail message to Dilbag Singh, a resident of Baina Pur village close to Nurmahal, requested him to share the small print of the stranded staff in that regard.
Dilbag Singh mentioned the passports of those employees are with the corporate (Sq. Common Contracting Co, Abu Dhabi). The corporate compelled employees out of their jobs, however their passports weren’t being returned. The matter was raised with the International Minister Dr S Jaishankar a couple of days again.