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Nine Nepali women stranded in Malaysia


MALAYSIA: Nine Nepali women, who have gone to Malaysia for employment from different districts, have been stranded sine long time.

Family members informed that they were stranded since they were sent to Malaysia by manpower agent. They were devoid of their salaries as promised back in home.

However the manpower agents have not taken any initiative to bring them back to home. Junu Chhetri, one of the stranded women, informed that they have not been able to eat anything since last four days as they did not have any money.

Along with Junu nine women were stranded there. Junu went to Malaysia with the hope of making her family’s future better leaving her husband, one son and two daughters back in home.

They family have been able to contact her three months after she reached there. Her husband Drona KC said, “Rather than sending money back home we are facing problem to bring her back to country.” He also informed that the manpower agents are yet to pay heed to his demand of returning her back to home.

The family members have been facing problem as the manpower agents sent her to Malaysia after taking hefty amount. According to Drona, along with Junu, Gyanu Rana of Bara, Sarita Lama of Ramechhap, Roma Thapa Magar of Lalitpur, Om Kumari Shrestha of Dhanusha, Prem Kumari Rai of Ilam and Devi Tamang of Okhaldhunga have been stranded in Malaysia. Similarly Gori Shahi of Salyan and Goma Thapa Magar of Lalitpur were also stranded. They all were sent by agents to work at Gold Choice Food Industries but they were cheated as neither they get good job nor any remuneration.

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