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Chirala MLA brings back woman from Qatar
MLA Amanchi Krishnamohan helped a woman to reunite with her family after she lost all hopes after suffering in Qatar. A woman Syed Fathima, native of Ramannapet in Vetapalem mandal went to Qatar for work.
Chirala: MLA Amanchi Krishnamohan helped a woman to reunite with her family after she lost all hopes after suffering in Qatar. A woman Syed Fathima, native of Ramannapet in Vetapalem mandal went to Qatar for work.
The agent sent the woman to Qatar cheated her and didn’t provided valid documents and the owners at the work place started harassing her to pay Rs 1 lakh to send her back to India.
After a lot of struggle, she contacted her son and informed that her health is not good and may die there as the owners are continuing the torture. After witnessing the plight of the woman in HMTV, the local MLA Amanchi Krishnamohan and SP Bhusarapu Satya Yesubabu started to make arrangements to bring back the woman to Chirala.
As the MLA arranged necessary money for agencies to arrange for her travel, Fathima landed in Hyderabad on Tuesday and reached Chirala. After consoling her, Krishnamohan announced that he is ready to help anyone from Chirala constituency suffering in Gulf countries to come back to native place. He promised to provide livelihood locally and advised public to not believe agents blindly.