Imprisoned Pakistani workers in KSA announce to suicide in protest
October 26, 2016
JHANG (92 News) – Pakistani laborers imprisoned in Saudi Arabian jails have on Wednesday announced to commit suicide if the government failed arrange their release. Pakistani laborers who went to Saudi Arabia in search of job opportunities but the workers in Saudi Arabia have been left stranded and destitute after not being paid for months by companies. The Saudi government arrested around 180 Pakistanis and shifted them to jail where several laborers fell sick. The imprisoned Pakistani laborers went on hunger strike due to which a laborer namely Fateh Sheerin resident of Tank lost his life. The imprisoned Pakistanis appealed the government for help and announces to suicide if government failed to cooperate with them.