Published On: August 14, 2021 02:48 PM NPT By: Sona Thadarai | @@sonathadarai
"7,000 fresh comers and 3,000 re-comers to Korea are stranded even though they already received confirmation from their employers," says Laxmi Regmi, who has worked for over two years in an agricultural farm in Chungcheong Province of South Korea. "I am hopeful the government might introduce special provisions to ensure their travel."
"Unfortunately, my Nepali brothers and sisters are held back in Nepal even after completing the pre-requirement tests," adds Min BK, who has been working in South Korea for about a decade. "Wasting valuable time in the hope of a job has mentally distressed many fellows."
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