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Dec 03, 2018
7:51AM

Strict action should be taken against bogus agents who cheat people by promising jobs abroad: Sushma Swaraj

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External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today said, strict action should be taken against bogus agents who cheat people by promising jobs abroad. Talking to reporters in Bikaner, She said such businesses would keep running if strict action is not taken against these agents. 

Responding to a question on 14 Indian nationals being stuck in Saudi Arab and Yemen, the Minister said, she has written a letter to Himachal Pradesh chief minister to initiate action against such agents. 

She said, she has already spoken to officials concerned in the matter and process to bring back 14 people is underway. These people, most of them being residents of Himachal Pradesh, are stranded in Saudi Arabia after two local travel agents allegedly sent them to work there on tourist visas.
On the issue of National Register of Citizens, she said the government has yet not decided any date to expel illegal immigrants from the country.
 

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