After Minister of State for External Affairs VK Singh's visit, the Gulf nation consented to determine the issue and give free entry to the men.
The Indian government brought home the principal clump of 26 Indian laborers stranded in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, reported PTI. Clergyman of State for External Affairs VK Singh was in the Gulf country a week ago to address the administration with respect to the situation of a great many laborers whose businesses close shop and fled abandoning them. Taking after the visit, Saudi Arabia consented to determine the issue and give free entry to the laborers.
Outer Affairs Ministry representative Vikas Swarup said, "Mr Singh has had extremely gainful gatherings with the work priest and other senior clergymen amid his visit to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. As a consequence of these gatherings, the way toward cabin claims and for those wishing to return to India has as of now began."
He said the Indian government welcomes the "charitable perspective" taken by the Gulf nation. The specialists were stranded in Saudi Arabia as the tradition that must be adhered to does not permit outside representatives to leave without a No Objection Certificate from the business.
Swarup said, "The quick activity to handle a limited issue particular just to a few organizations of Saudi Arabia means the profound and withstanding relationship that our two nations offer." He said administrations of the states the specialists hail from will make courses of action for their entry back to their individual main residences.
The emergency became exposed after it developed that almost 10,000 Indian specialists in Saudi Arabia are unemployed and starving after vast scale cutbacks. Outside Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj took up the issue and sent Singh to the nation to take supply of the circumstance.