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Chennai, October 19
Hundreds of Indian migrant workers who were
laid off by a construction company in Saudi
Arabia due to the coronavirus pandemic have
led a rare complaint to the Indian government
over unpaid earnings, lawyers and campaigners
More than 280 labourers—who were red by the
Nasser S Al Hajri Corporation before being
own home on chartered ights in July—are
part of what is believed to be the biggest
collective case of its kind, said their lawyer
Subhash Chand.
Chand said all of the workers had been at the
rm for at least ve years— some over a decade
—and were entitled to a “substantial amount”
in outstanding end-of-contract bene ts.
“Most of (the workers) con rmed that they had
been asked to sign blank papers or documents
that they didn’t understand…(in order to get)

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