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Food crisis over for Indian workers in Saudi Arabia, says VK Singh

Union Minister VK Singh On Saturday Arrived In India After Addressing The Problems Faced By The Indian Workers In Saudi Arabia. He Assured That Food, Medical And Other Assistance Is Now Being Provided In Camps And There Is No Crisis For Jobless Indian Workers.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Bindiya Bhatt | Updated on: 06 Aug 2016, 07:39:12 AM
VK Singh

New Delhi:

Union Minister VK Singh on Saturday arrived in India after addressing the problems faced by the Indian workers in Saudi Arabia. He assured that food, medical and other assistance is now being provided in camps and there is no crisis for jobless Indian workers.

He said that the food supplies did not reach one or two camps for some reason but it has now being provided by the embassy. “In one or two camps, for some reason food supplies had not come and the embassy started providing,” VK Singh told ANI.

“When we reached and spoke to authorities, King of Saudi Arabia ordered quick action. Minister of Labour met me,” he added. “As of now, Govt of Saudi Arabia is providing food, medical and other assistance to camps of Saudi Oger company. All other camps are being looked after by the embassy, there is no crisis,” he said.

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First Published : 06 Aug 2016, 07:34:00 AM

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