Qatari ambassador involved in defrauding Nepalese workers … what did he do?

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Diplomatic sources revealed the involvement of the Qatari ambassador in the State of Nepal in the scams of migrant workers in the Gulf emirate, according to what was reported by the “Middle East Online” news website that is issued from London.

Collusion and fraud

According to the site, the Qatari ambassador has collected millions of dollars in suspicious employment placements in Qatar. The diplomatic sources said that about 600 Nepalese workers each paid Ambassador Yusuf bin Muhammad Al-Hill 9 thousand dollars, or more than 5 million dollars, in order to join work in Qatar.

According to the news site, the collusion between the ambassador and a company to employ workers in Nepal, called (SkyOverseas Services), as the company offers the workers a monthly salary of $ 400, to discover later after traveling to the Gulf emirate that the actual salary does not exceed 100.

Terrible record

Qatar has a terrible record of the rights of migrant workers working on its soil. The expatriate workforce in Qatar is 94% of the total workforce in Qatar, and they face unfavorable living conditions.

Government data in Nepal showed shocking numbers of deaths among its workers in Doha due to the harsh working and living conditions, as at least 1025 workers from Nepal died between 2012 and 2017.

In 2018, 149 Bangladeshi workers died, while between (2012 and 2018) 1,678 Indian workers died.

A report accused the British newspaper “The Guardian” in Doha of covering up most of the deaths and their causes, and not conducting tests to find out the cause of death, making it difficult to determine the exact cause of death.

Amnesty International also attacked Qatar last September, noting that it had not kept all its promises to improve conditions for foreign workers working in countries preparing to host the 2022 World Cup.

In a report entitled “Everyone Works, No Wages,” the human rights organization said: “Despite the great promises of reform that Qatar made before the 2022 World Cup, it remains a hotbed of some principles that are stripped of principles.”

After being criticized for mistreating migrant workers, Qatar agreed with the International Labor Organization in 2017 to reform labor laws, including setting up new committees to resolve disputes.

Amnesty said that some of the workers in the three companies, “Hamton International”, “Hamad bin Khaled bin Hamad (HKH)” and “United Cleaning”, who filed complaints with the new committees, were able to collect some of their wages in exchange for dropping complaints, but ” Most of them have returned home without their dues. ”
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Qatar’s ambassador to Nepal
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Scams of migrant workers in Qatar

Qatari ambassador involved in defrauding Nepalese workers … what did he do?

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Diplomatic sources revealed the involvement of the Qatari ambassador in the State of Nepal in the scams of migrant workers in the Gulf emirate, according to what was reported by the “Middle East Online” news website that is issued from London.

Collusion and fraud

According to the site, the Qatari ambassador has collected millions of dollars in suspicious employment placements in Qatar. The diplomatic sources said that about 600 Nepalese workers each paid Ambassador Yusuf bin Muhammad Al-Hill 9 thousand dollars, or more than 5 million dollars, in order to join work in Qatar.

According to the news site, the collusion between the ambassador and a company to employ workers in Nepal, called (SkyOverseas Services), as the company offers the workers a monthly salary of $ 400, to discover later after traveling to the Gulf emirate that the actual salary does not exceed 100.

Terrible record

Qatar has a terrible record of the rights of migrant workers working on its soil. The expatriate workforce in Qatar is 94% of the total workforce in Qatar, and they face unfavorable living conditions.

Government data in Nepal showed shocking numbers of deaths among its workers in Doha due to the harsh working and living conditions, as at least 1025 workers from Nepal died between 2012 and 2017.

In 2018, 149 Bangladeshi workers died, while between (2012 and 2018) 1,678 Indian workers died.

A report accused the British newspaper “The Guardian” in Doha of covering up most of the deaths and their causes, and not conducting tests to find out the cause of death, making it difficult to determine the exact cause of death.

Amnesty International also attacked Qatar last September, noting that it had not kept all its promises to improve conditions for foreign workers working in countries preparing to host the 2022 World Cup.

In a report entitled “Everyone Works, No Wages,” the human rights organization said: “Despite the great promises of reform that Qatar made before the 2022 World Cup, it remains a hotbed of some principles that are stripped of principles.”

After being criticized for mistreating migrant workers, Qatar agreed with the International Labor Organization in 2017 to reform labor laws, including setting up new committees to resolve disputes.

Amnesty said that some of the workers in the three companies, “Hamton International”, “Hamad bin Khaled bin Hamad (HKH)” and “United Cleaning”, who filed complaints with the new committees, were able to collect some of their wages in exchange for dropping complaints, but ” Most of them have returned home without their dues. ”

January 22, 2020 – 27 Jumada I 1441

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Collect millions of dollars in suspicious recruitment

Diplomatic sources revealed the involvement of the Qatari ambassador in the State of Nepal in the scams of migrant workers in the Gulf emirate, according to what was reported by the “Middle East Online” news website that is issued from London.

Collusion and fraud

According to the site, the Qatari ambassador has collected millions of dollars in suspicious employment placements in Qatar. The diplomatic sources said that about 600 Nepalese workers each paid Ambassador Yusuf bin Muhammad Al-Hill 9 thousand dollars, or more than 5 million dollars, in order to join work in Qatar.

According to the news site, the collusion between the ambassador and a company to employ workers in Nepal, called (SkyOverseas Services), as the company offers the workers a monthly salary of $ 400, to discover later after traveling to the Gulf emirate that the actual salary does not exceed 100.

Terrible record

Qatar has a terrible record of the rights of migrant workers working on its soil. Qatar expats 94% of the total workforce in Qatar and faces unfavorable living conditions.

Government data in Nepal showed shocking numbers of deaths among its workers in Doha due to the harsh working and living conditions, as at least 1,025 workers from Nepal died between 2012 and 2017.

In 2018, 149 Bangladeshi workers died, while between (2012 and 2018) 1,678 Indian workers died.

A report of the British newspaper “The Guardian” accused Doha of covering up most of the deaths and their causes, and of not conducting tests to find out the cause of death, making it difficult to determine the exact cause of death.

Amnesty International also attacked Qatar last September, noting that it had not kept all its promises to improve conditions for foreign workers working in countries preparing to host the 2022 World Cup.

In a report titled “Everyone Works, No Wages,” the human rights organization said: “Despite the great promises of reform that Qatar made before the World Cup 2022, it remains a hotbed for some principles that are stripped of their principles.”

After being criticized for mistreating migrant workers, Qatar agreed with the International Labor Organization in 2017 to reform labor laws, including the creation of new dispute resolution committees.

Amnesty said that some of the workers in the three companies, “Hamton International”, “Hamad bin Khaled bin Hamad (HKH)” and “United Cleaning”, who filed complaints with the new committees, were able to collect some of their wages in exchange for dropping complaints, but ” Most of them have returned home without their dues. ”

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