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Mika Singh urges Punjab government to rescue woman from Saudi Arabia

13 Octobre 2017

External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj has asked the Indian Embassy in Riyadh to respond to a video of a woman from Punjab in which she alleges torture by her employers in Saudi Arabia and asks AAP parliamentarian Bhagwant Mann for help.

While narrating her ordeal, the woman, believed to be aged between 20-22 years, broke down several times in the video.

Accusing her employers of beating her on several occasions, she also claimed that she is not being given food for many days and is kept locked inside a room. She appeals to the Aam Aadmi Party's Sangrur MP Bhagwant Mann to rescue her.

"They will kill me". Please save me and take me from here. Please help me. I am badly trapped here. I am in deep distress.

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The woman said that she somehow managed to reach the police for help, however, she was ill-treated by the officials and was kicked out of the police station and sent back to the same house. It's been a year since she shifted and since then she is tolerating torture each day. My employer abuses me and forces me to work 'round the clock.

The woman informed that she is living in the city of Dawadmi in Saudi Arabia, which is 200 km from the capital Riyadh.

A video of a woman, who hails from Punjab, has gone viral on the social media.

Mika Singh urges Punjab government to rescue woman from Saudi Arabia