KATHMANDU, Nov 18: A total of 111 Nepali migrant workers who were in various immigration centers in Malaysia have returned home in the last four months. They were taken under control by the immigration as they were staying in Malaysia illegally and managed to return to Nepal with the help of the Nepali Embassy in Kuala Lumpur.
Among them, 11 Nepalis who were in various immigration centers in Malaysia returned home today.
Nepali Ambassador to Malaysia Dilliraj Paudel shared that 111 Nepalis who were in various immigration centers in Malaysia from last July to mid-November were rescued and returned home with the help of the Embassy.
They have been returned to Nepal after completing the necessary procedures related to immigration with the help of the embassy. The embassy has been coordinating and repatriating the Nepalis detained by Malaysian immigration.
Published on: 18 November 2022 | My Republica