GulfHindi English Desk: The family of an Indian expatriate woman who died in Oman has raised concerns about justice. The victim’s husband stated that his wife was working as a domestic worker in Oman and was recognized as such in January of this year. The woman often complained about being harassed and tortured by her employer after arriving in Oman. However, her phone suddenly stopped working in May. One day, the victim’s husband received news that his wife had committed suicide by hanging herself. He doesn’t believe his wife would take such a step and has appealed to the Indian government for help in this matter. Incidents like these involving workers from Gulf countries are often reported, especially regarding the exploitation of women in Oman who are forced to work without payment. The Indian government has launched a campaign to protect such women.
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👉The family of an Indian expatriate in Oman has sought justice after her death.
👉The victim’s husband has stated that his wife worked as a domestic worker in Oman.
👉The woman had frequently complained about her employer harassing and torturing her.
👉Suddenly, her phone stopped working in May.
👉One day, the victim’s husband received news that his wife had committed suicide.
👉The husband does not believe that his wife would take such a step and has appealed for help from the Indian government.
👉Similar incidents often occur with employees working in Gulf countries, especially Oman.
👉The Indian government has started a campaign to protect such women.
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