PM Dahal issues directive to rescue stranded Nepalis abroad


Kathmandu, Aug 8: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has issued a directive to bodies concerned to create environment conducive for rescuing stranded Nepalis in Saudi Arabia and Sri Lanka at the earliest.
The newly elected PM Dahal telephoned Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) Shankerdas Bairagi here today and asked Bairagi in this regard.
PM Dahal argued that it was strange to see Nepalis left at lurch in foreign shores and no Nepalis deserves to undergo any misery for being stranded.
Citing hundreds of Nepalis in Saudi Arabia and 45 in Sri Lanka have been stranded, PM Dahal told Secretary Bairagi, “Create an environment to rescue them, provide compensation and employment opportunities for them.”
He also asked Secretary Bairagi to coordinate with the respective countries and Nepali mission there and bringing back those stranded Nepalis home at the government’s expenses, according to the Press Note released by MoFA.
In response, Secretary Bairagi pledged his commitment for the implementation of the PM’s directive. RSS

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