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TRS working president KTR to rescue of Telangana woman held captive in UAE

She posted a video complaining about the matter and it got KTR’S attention when people started tweeting that video, tagging him to intervene in the matter.

Published: 06th July 2019 03:18 PM  |   Last Updated: 06th July 2019 05:33 PM   |  A+A-

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KTR (File Photo | Merinews)

By Express News Service

Hyderabad: Telugu Rashtra Samiti (TRS) working president KTR came to the rescue of a woman from Rangareddy district who is stuck in Dubai. She had gone to Dubai for work and was allegedly captured there.

The woman in the video identified herself as Samina and stated she picked this job with the help of agents in the state due to the poor health of her child. However, upon reaching over there, she was forcefully captured by the owners of the house where she worked, and not allowed to go back. 

She posted a video complaining about the matter and it got KTR’S attention when people started tweeting that video, tagging him to intervene in the matter.

KTR took the matter seriously and requested Indian Ambassador to UAE, Navdeep Suri to look into the matter. He alerted the fellow citizens of India AND Telangana living in UAE to provide any details about the woman in the video.

Ambassador Navdeep Suri responded to the situation and informed that he had taken up the matter with Consulate General of India in Dubai.

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