Over 1 lakh Indians face arrest in Saudi Arabia
The writer has posted comments on this article Sachin Parashar, TNN | May 25, 2013, 04.48 AM IST
External affairs minister Salman Khurshid will take up Saudi Arabia' controversial naturalisation law with Prince Saud Al Faisal.
JEDDAH: As Saudi Arabia implements its controversial naturalisation law or Nitaqat, which seeks to replace foreigners in companies with its own people, India is in the midst of a gigantic effort to bring back over 75,000 people in the next few months. After having failed to regularise their work status, these people have applied for emergency exit certificates to leave the country by July 3, the deadline set by Saudi Arabia for deportation of illegal workers.
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