Two Indian staff are being held captive by their employer in Saudi Arabia’s Yanbu metropolis regardless of an assurance by authorities that they are going to be allowed to return by April-end, a Rajasthan Congress chief alleged at present and appealed to President Ram Nath Kovind to intervene.
Gaffar Mohammed (49) and Vishram Jatav (46) from Rajasthan’s Bundi and Bharatpur district respectively had gone to Saudi Arabia over three years in the past on a piece settlement.
The settlement expired in November 2020 and the 2 requested their employer to ship them again to India.
However, it’s alleged, the 2 have been held captive beneath inhuman situations, and the difficulty was dropped at the discover of the central authorities.
“The website of the Prime Minister’s Office, on a complaint dated April 3, 2021, responded that the case was closed on April 26, 2021 as the sponsor of the two Indians granted them permission to exit by end of the month (April),” Charmesh Sharma, Congress’ Bundi district vice chairman, claimed.
“The fact is that the two Indians are still living in captivity,” Mr Sharma mentioned and claimed that he has spoken to them 4 days in the past over the telephone the place they once more narrated their plight.
“The two labourers have somehow managed to survive on leftovers given to them by other others labourers out of pity,” he mentioned.
Charmesh Sharma mentioned he has written to President Ram Nath Kovind to intervene within the matter and make sure the secure and instant launch of the 2 Indians.