The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi has started an exercise to help stranded Punjabi workers

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PHAGWARA: The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi has started an excise campaign to come to the aid of around 100 Punjabi workers stranded in Abu Dhabi on the orders of the Union Foreign Ministry.
The Community Affairs Wing of the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi in an email to Dilbag Singh, a resident of Baina Pur village and a social activist, asked him to share the details of the stranded employees, such as their passport number, unique identification number, UAE contact number. , contact details of their employer (contact number and email address) to enable us to assist/guide them further.
Dilbag Singh in an email to the community affairs wing, send the contact number and email id of the company.
He said Square General Contracting Company LLC is a company based in Al Dana Tower, Ground Floor Street 32, Al Khalidiya Area, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, and other details including his website http://sgcc -uae.com.
Company size: 1,001-5,000 employees and Employees of Square General Contracting Company LLC and its Executive Assistant (Administration) and names of other officials.
Dilbag Singh said that this company has a camp at 14, Mussafah, Abu Dhabi, where stranded youths live whose visas have expired and have no cards to contact their relatives.
The parents of these young people received information about this current status from their supporters living abroad. Dilbag Singh urged the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi to locate this base camp and help the stranded youths.
Gaurav Kumar Singh Attaché (Community Affairs)
The Community Affairs Wing of the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi in an email message on Friday morning thanked Dilbag Singh for sharing the employer’s information and asked workers to visit/contact the number embassy emergency on mission (050-8995583) or on its landline. number 02- 4492700, Extn: 4. He said parents of these youngsters can also contact PBSK Dubai on its toll free number 800 46342 or WhatsApp/SMS: 00971 54 309 0571.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Union Ministry of Foreign Affairs has initiated an action to come to the aid of a hundred Punjabi workers stranded in Abu Dhabi.
The Under Secretary to the Minister for External Affairs, Ministry of External Affairs, in an email to Section Officer Medad, asked him to look into the issue of repatriating 100 workers stranded in Abu Dhabi without passports and told him sent representation to Union Minister Dr. S. Jai Shankar by residents of Punjab State.
Residents of Punjab state raised the issue of the 100 Punjabi workers stranded in Abu Dhabi on Sunday with Foreign Minister Dr S. Jaishankar.
Dilbag Singh, a resident of Baina Pur village and a social activist in a representation to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that the passports of these workers are deposited with their company (Square General Contracting Co, Abu Dhabi). This private company has forced workers out of their jobs, but their passports have not been returned. For this reason, these workers cannot return. He urged him to direct the Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi to raise the matter with the Emirati authorities so that the workers’ passports can be returned to them.

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