Indians urged to avoid 92 Kuwaiti companies, 18 Indian employment agencies
Chairman of Kuwait Union for Domestic Labor Recruitment Offices Khaled Al-Dakhnan said that it is a top priority for the union to provide domestic helpers at reasonable rates, adding that the recruitment fee is KD 990 at max. Dakhnan stressed the death of a Filipina maid recently was of natural causes, and urged everybody to be careful and not take part in spreading rumors.
A few days after the discovery of a Filipina housemaid in Kuwait and claims by the Philippine government that she had been sexually abused and murdered, several reports in Kuwait suggested that initial examination of the deceased’s body showed that she died of natural causes and that there was no evidence of a crime.
In a related development and following complaints filed by 200 Indian laborers working in Kuwait, the Indian embassy in Kuwait warned its nationals seeking employment in Kuwait not to deal with 92 Kuwaiti companies and 18 Indian employment agencies. The embassy urged Indians to carefully read the instructions on its website, double-check any job proposals they get and make sure they get valid entry visas issued by the companies themselves. The embassy also urged Indians to contact it through the following e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org so that they can check the offers they get.