Trap of fake agents, 400 women including 70 from Punjab trapped in UAE

Dubai-based Dr Surinder Pal Singh Oberoi claimed that more than 400 Indian women, including 70 from Punjab, are stranded in the UAE and Oman because unscrupulous travel agents lured them abroad. He has left to earn his living. He further said that a week ago he had met the Ambassador of India Amit Narang in Muscat to discuss the procedures to be followed for his return to the country. can be discussed. He said that earlier he met Prime Minister Narendra Modi in August and apprised him about the condition of these women. He said that he has also met Union Minister Hardeep Puri. “Being a former IFS officer, Puri fully understands the trials and tribulations faced by girls. He has assured me that he will take up the matter with the Omani and UAE authorities, ”

“Ambassador Narang has assured me of his full cooperation. He told me that by the time his officials document 25 of them, another 50, physically abused and emotionally drained girls, will arrive at the embassy seeking safe haven, 

Obrey. claimed that groups of men, disguised as travel agents, were trying to identify unsuspecting women in villages in Punjab and Haryana. “They sell dreams to women. Girls can enter the UAE on a 14-day visitor visa. Passports have been forcibly taken away. Once the 14-day period is up, they become illegal to stay and are subsequently either sold to the rich or forced into menial work. They are made to work 18 hours a day for very little pay

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