13 out 22 Nepali migrant workers stranded in UAE return home
October 12, 2017 06:16 PM NPT
UAE, Oct 12: As many as 13 out of 22 Nepali migrant youths stranded in United Arab Emirates (UAE) have returned home on Thursday.
They landed at TIA via a Fly Dubai flight this afternoon.
NRN UAE had taken them to Abudhabi-Nepali Embassy after Negarik daily reported that 22 Nepalis were being stranded in Ajman of UAE few days ago.
Executive Director Keshab Thapa of Pandora Incorporation Pvt. Company. Ramesh Kuwan and Dinesh Lama lured them to UAE on a visit visa two months ago and left them there stranded.
After having heard that they were evicted from their room during Dashain, NRN UAE chapter chairman Ramesh Shrestha had given them shelter in the room of his own company building.
Those left stranded include Fanjo Tamang of Sindhupalchowk, Naresh Tamang of Kavre, Raju Thapa and Indra Thapa of Baglung, Ujjwal Ghale of Gorkha, Bipin Kunwar, Chandra Bahadur Gurung, Gyan Bahadur Tamang of Tanahun, Bhim Bahadur Bamjan, Simon Bamjan, Sundar Tamang, Sunil, Dipendra Samden, Prakash Moktan, Sukuram Thing, Nawaraj Lo, Kamal Budhathoki of Salyan, Tulasi Prasad Sharma of Banke, Krishna Bhujel of Nawalparasi, Bishnu Kumar Khawas of Morang, Uttam Tamang, Raju Tamang of Dhading and Bal Krishna Oli of Rukum.
Those who returned home on Thursday are Raju Thapa, Indra Thapa of Baglung, Chandra Bahadur Gurung of Gorkha, Gyan Bahadur Tamang of Tanahun, Bhim Bahadur Bamjan, Sundar Tamang, Sunil Raut, Dipendra Samden, Sukuram Thing, Nawaraj Lo, Kamal Budhathoki of Salyan, Tulasi Prasad Sharma and Krishna Bhujel of Banke.