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UAE: Indian Govt. set to intervene in case of 18 Indian workers stranded for four months without pay

Author: Times of India, Published on: 16 July 2019

"Dharmendra Pradhan seeks S Jaishankar's help for repatriation of 18 Odia workers from Dubai", 15 Jul 2019

Union minister Dharmendra Pradhan on Monday sought external affairs minister S Jaishankar's help for early repatriation of 18 Odia workers stranded in Dubai without salary for the last four months. "These stranded Odias from Danjam district have released video seeking repatriation and payment of their legitimate dues," the petroleum and steel minister said... he is given to understand these 18 people are working in a company whose owner is reportedly from Chennai... "the CGI, Dubai has already established contacts with these people in distress and assured them of necessar assistance," he said.

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