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About 80 workers from the Indian state of Kerala are now looking forward to celebrating their harvest festival of Onam
Author: Ashwani Kumar, Khaleej Times, Published on: 9 September 2019
Khaleej Times has learnt that these  workers employed with a catering company will be paid in the next few weeks.
"The issue of Al Wasita Emirates Catering Services should be resolved shortly. They will receive their unpaid salaries, air tickets and visa cancellation done hopefully in the next week or so," said Pooja Vernekar, first secretary (community affairs), Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi...
About 200 workers are from India, 75 from Bangladesh and others from Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, the Philippines and Egypt.
"We have been stuck here for more than a year. And now we will soon be able to go home... we are relieved to know that we will get our salary soon," an [Indian] worker said.
Related companies: Al Wasita Emirates for Services & Catering (part of Wasita Group)