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19 Aug 2017

Tom Finn, Reuters (USA)

Qatar 2022 World Cup Migrant Worker Fatality: May 2017

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"Indian migrant worker dies after leaving Qatar World Cup venue", 18 May 2017

An Indian man working on a Qatar World Cup stadium...died of a heart attack this month in an incident the tournament's organizers said on Thursday was not due to his working conditions. Carpenter Jagdesh Kumar, 54, fell unconscious on May 4 about half an hour after leaving Doha's Khalifa International Stadium, according to a relative...Kumar died in hospital of a cardiac arrest...The Supreme Committee said in an emailed statement that findings showed Kumar's death was due to natural causes...Qatar's government has denied claims there are higher instances of heart attacks among construction workers and does not publish independently verified statistics on worker-related injuries and fatalities. Autopsies and post-mortems on people who die sudden and unexpected deaths are forbidden by Qatari law unless a crime is suspected...