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Indian Embassy Denies it Formed Intervention Force to Rescue Distressed Workers

The Indian embassy official said, the company, which has been banned by the Indian government from further recruiting Indians, fearing a backlash is said to have then discreetly repatriated the employee at its own cost.

When a report appeared in a local daily that the Indian Embassy in Kuwait has formed an ‘intervention force’ to rescue distressed workers from the homes of their sponsors, a senior Indian Embassy officially vehemently denied the existence of such a force.

A senior official at the embassy said, “There is no intervention force and we don’t need to have one.” The official stressed the Indians respect the laws of the land and the embassy works in cooperation with Kuwait’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Read it at Arab Times

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