UAE, August 16: Muna Dangi was at the Dubai Airport on Sunday evening. She was going to leave for Kuwait. She arrived in Dubai on August 6, 2017. She was kept at a room in the house of one local by the human trafficker for seven days. Fortunately, she met one Nepali sister Dipika Bhandari while she was waiting for the airplane before leaving for Kuwait.
When Dipika Bhandari asked Muna Dangi about the kind of work she was going to do in Kuwait, she revealed that she was being sent there forcibly. She told Dipika that she was sold for about Rs 3,8000. She also informed that her life was at risk.
“While I was waiting for the airplane to leave for Kuwait for a certain purpose, I met Muna Dangi. I came to know from her that the human trafficker had forced her to leave for Kuwait. After I knew that she was sold by the human trafficker, I informed the Airport Police in Dubai of her condition”, Dipika Bhandari told Republica Online.
The human trafficker by the name of Muna Rai cajoled her into leaving for Dubai with a false promise of a good job.