Dubai, Oct 13 (SocialNews.XYZ) Forty-nine stranded Indian employees, who had been employed in two Dubai-based carpentry corporations, have been repatriated after authorities within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) helped them safe their passports and safety deposits, the media reported on Tuesday.
Confirming the event on Twitter, the Indian Consulate in Dubai stated that the “labourers returned in batches to India”, Gulf Information reported.
Neeraj Agrawal, consul for Press, Info and Tradition, stated the employees had reached out for assist in July.
“That they had not been paid for about six months they usually reached out to the consulate for assist to return residence,” he stated, including that the mission had additionally offered them with meals provides.
Nonetheless, the employees’ passports had been nonetheless beneath the custody of the businesses.
Though the proprietor was not reachable, the Consulate stated the PROs of the corporations had been contacted and the employees’ passports and safety deposits had been taken with the help of Dubai Police and Al Adheed Centre of Dubai Courts, which gives companies associated to labour disputes.
The employees, majority of whom are from Uttar Pradesh, flew residence in three batches.
“The ultimate group left to Lucknow on October 10,” Gulf Information quoted Agarwal as saying.
Because the employees’ visas had been legitimate, they didn’t face any overstay fines.