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8 Nepali women immigrant workers seeking justice from Embassy against manpower agency


Til Bikram Theme / DOHA QATAR : Eight women, who went for foreign employment in Doha, has came to the contact of Nepali Embassy after they were sent to different job than the job told to them while sending for foreign employment.

The women were sent to work for Logistics Clinnes and Hospitality Clinic but they were sent to work in personal residence. They came to the Embassy after they were forced to work for more than 12 hours. The women, who came into the contact of the Embassy are Krishnamaya Rai, Mamata Rai and Sharmila Rai of Dharan Sunsari, Alsana Banu of Butwal, Sharmila Blon, Goma Kumari Magar and Buddhimaya Glan of Sarlahi and Rupa Danuwar of Jhapa.

The embassy forced the manpower agency to pay compensation of 93 thousand rupees jointly to Krishmaya Rai, Mamata Rai, Sharmila Rai and 34 thousand rupees to Alsana Banu. The manpower agency has made written commitment to pay the compensation to remaining four women when they return to Nepal.

Ambassador Dr. Maya Kumari Sharma informed that the embassy will recommend concerned authority to take action as per manpower law if the victims were not given compensation as agreed. According to the Ambassador the embassy will provide return air-ticket to them and also the compensation of salary. Chairperson of the Nepali Women’s Association Rekha Rai also played important role for the release of victims.

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