UNITED ARAB EMIRATES (UAE), Nov 25: As many as 14 Nepali migrant workers have been stranded in the UAE after the company they signed contract with failed to provide them jobs.
The migrant workers had come to the UAE for jobs on June 6 and August 3 through flights of the Indian Airlines.
They had arrived in the UAE six months ago to work as security guards for Etisalat Facility Management Company.
The victims said that they had given Rs 250,000 to 300,000 to Baneshwar-based Destiny Placement Service, a manpower supplies agency, and to its branch office located at Hakim Chowk, Chitwan.
The company neither provided them work nor money for food and place to stay at.
The stranded workers are Bishnu Gyawali, Ashish Chaudhary, Amrit Bhujel, Pawanraj Adhikari, Pradip Sharma Dhakal and Sunil Chaudhary of Chitwan.
Similarly, the victims include Jognarayan Tharu, Sundar BK and Tikadatta Bhatta of Nawalparasi, Khemraj Katuwal of Itahari, Binod Chauhan of Morang, Hom Prasad Danuwar of Udayapur, Hariram Thapa Magar, Narayan Thapa Magar of Gorkha.