A man in Hyderabad sought help from the center after arresting his son at the Malaysian airport while he was returning to India under the Vande Bharat Mission.
“My son Mohammad Chand Pasha was a resident of Hyderabad. He was looking for a job after completing his B.Tech (engineering) studies. He got in touch with local travel agent Satish, a resident of Thirupathi in Andhra Pradesh, currently working from Hyderabad . ” My son got a job as a manager in a tissue-making company and was promised a good salary of Rs 30,000 per month with food and accommodation in Malaysia, but my son visited Malaysia on 20 July last year After the job was not promised. , “The man’s father, Mohammed Mahmud, told ANI.
Mr Mehmood said that the travel agent had said that his son would get a job visa after some time but before he could return to India due to the lockdown and his visa expired.
“The travel agent also said that my son would have to travel on a travel visa and he would be granted a job visa when the visa expired before the trip. But after reaching Malaysia, he would have to work as a salesman and others Asked to do odd jobs. He registered. Under the Vande India scheme himself and was returning on August 24, but was arrested by Malaysian authorities at Kuala Lumpur Airport, “Mr. Mahmood said.
“I request the government to intervene in this matter and take necessary steps to save my son as soon as possible,” he said.
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