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Gulf Expatriates: Rubina Fatima returns safely after torture of six months in Dubai

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Rubina Fatima w/o Gulam Hyder age – 36 years resident of Vattepally, Fatima Nagar, who was promised a job by Khatija Masood Bilal a lady agent of Ismail Nagar, Bandlaguda, Hyderabad, for two months in Dubai (UAE). She was hired to work in a marriage party with a salary of Rs. 40,000 per month and went to Dubai on 3rd February 2017. After landing in Dubai she was kept in a travel office of one Abdul Sattar of Ababil Group Travels for one week then transported to Muscat, Oman, illegally and sold to one Rajat Al Arabi for Rs 3 lakh. She was kept in a cellar along with 50 other women from different countries and asked to work in four to five houses without proper accommodation or food. She fell ill and her sugar level rose to 400 and was denied any medical facility. She was beaten very badly when she wanted to return. She called up her husband and told the entire story. She even didn’t know in which country she landed.

Rubina FatimaHer husband Gulam Hyder along with her daughters met MBT Spokesman Amjed Ullah Khan for necessary help. Mr. Khan helped them to lodge a complaint with local police (Falaknuma Police Station vide FIR No: 76/2017 dated 12/04/2017) and the family met Satnarayana, ISF, DCP (SZ) also.

Mr. Khan took the family along with him to K. T. Rama Rao, Minister for NRI, Government of Telangana, and the General Administration – NRI Dept. wrote a letter to the Ministry of External Affairs, Govt of India, on 2nd June 2017 and later the case was handed over to Criminal Investigation Department, Govt of Telangana.

20170524_160824Amjed Ullah Khan wrote a letter to Sushma Swaraj, Minister for External Affairs, who responded and asked the Indian Embassy in Oman to help her return. The employer was not ready to let her go and demanded Rs. 3 lakh. She was beaten very badly and sexually assaulted many times by the employer in Muscat, Oman. After much persuasion she could return after six months. She lost much weight and is very ill today when landed at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport. Her family was very happy to see her alive.

Mrs. Rubina Fatima thanked Ms. Sushma Swaraj, Minister for External Affairs; Indian Embassy in Oman; K T Rama Rao, Minister for NRI, Govt of External Affairs; Mr. Satnarayana, Israel, (DCP) (SZ), Hyderabad Police; and special thanks to Sushil Rao, Reporter, Times of India, for highlighting her issue and tweeting her matter to Ms. Sushma Swaraj and Deccan Chronicle.

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