A woman from Hyderabad who was stranded in Qatar was rescued after she retired to the Gulf State under the pretext of a job.
Speaking to ANI, Syeda Marium has now returned to India and said she was offered a request by a nurse named Fatima for a nurse in Qatar with a monthly salary of 40,000 Rs.
“Our family was facing some financial problems before, because I received the offer and I gave it to Qatar.
After I got there on April 11, I also got it by another agent named Fatima and kept me in an office.
Gopal took my phone and locked me in the office for four days. ”
Syeda reminded her that, although a nurse job is offered, to be sent to a Sheikh’s home.
Syeda refused to follow instructions, said his employer took him to the Embassy of India in Qatar and left it there.
“The embassy officials joined three other cases, Gopal, which were mine.
local authorities. Then Fatima took me from there and tortured me very much. He said I should stay in Qatar for five years, or my family will pay Rs 2 lakh for sending me back to India.
Due to his situation in Qatar, Syeda informed his mother about the developments in Tabassum Begum. “My mother complained to Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj in a letter from the Indian Embassy that she responded, and she immediately asked my agent to send me back to India as soon as possible,” said.
I thank Sushma Swaraj and the Indian embassy in Qatar for saving me, Syeda said.