Tamudhi Saudi Arab provides return ticket to 4 rescued Nepalese women
KATHMANDU: Keeping its promise to provide humanitarian services to Nepalese working in the Saudi Arab, the Tamu Dhi Saudi Arbia (TDSA) has provided air tickets to four Nepalese women sheltered by the Nepalese embassy in Saudi Arab. These women were rescued from various houses after finding that they were tortured by their employers.
Kopila Lama, a resident of Kathmandu rescued on 14 Feburary; Pabitra Ale Magar of Kathari-8, Udaypur rescued on 3 March, Reshma Shankar (Chaudhary) of Nepalgung-4, Banke rescued on 3 March, and Parbati Pun of Milanchowk, Butwal rescued on 15 March were handed down their return tickets by the organization.
TDSA had organized a musical concert “Tamudhi Sangitik Saugat 2011” to mark its seventh anniversary and to collect funds to repatriate Nepalese women to Nepal who have been taking shelter at the embassy.
Published Date: Monday, March 26th, 2012 | 01:11 PM