Nepali Embassy in Malaysia helps migrant workers return to Nepal

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The Nepali Embassy in Malaysia on Wednesday helped 18 Nepali migrants in Bukit Jalil Campus to return to Nepal.

The Embassy issued a statement which stated that the Nepali nationals were rescued and returned to Nepal. The Embassy purchased air tickets for the Nepali migrants.

The Nepali diplomatic mission has further stated that Lal Bahadur Tamang – a Nepali sentenced to death penalty in accusation of murdering Malaysian national – has been acquitted and returned to Nepal. Tamang had been working as a security guard since 2015. RSS


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