Two Hyderabadis rescued from Kaula Lumpur

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Hyderabad:  Two youth who were confined in a Malaysian resort without proper food and accommodation since October last year were rescued. They were promised jobs but after reaching the country they were illtreated and forced to work as slaves.

They were taken to some remote area 90 kms from Kaula Lumpur and were confined to Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort and were forced to work as slaves for almost 14-15 hours as cleaners, without proper food and accommodation.

The Indian High Commission in Kaula Lumpur took up their case and provided them food, space to leave and gave them exit papers due to which they returned back safely.  “After reaching Hyderabad safely Mohammed Ghouse & Mohammed Bilal Uddin thanked Sushma Swaraj and Indian High Commission in Kaula Lumpur,

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