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Over 1000 people receive re-labor permit


08 July 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The government has issued re-labor permit to as many as 1000 Nepalis for foreign employment.

The government had last Thursday re-approved work permits for Nepalis migrant workers who come to Nepal on leave and those with valid visas. Most of the re-employment permits have been issued to go to countries like the UAE, Malaysia, Japan and Qatar.

According to the Department of Foreign Employment, Tahachal, five people on Thursday and two persons on Friday have taken the re-labor permit.

The office of the Department remained open on Saturday and issued re-employment permits to as many as 47 people.

On Sunday, 347 workers were allowed to go abroad. Similarly, the number increased to 410 on Monday.
On Tuesday, 315 people obtained the re-labor approval from the Department.

The service can be availed at the office on the date according to the token which can be obtained by filling the online form. Currently, new workers are not allowed to go abroad.

A meeting of the Covid-19 Crisis Management Center (CCMC) on June 21 had given the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Social Security the right to approve labor for workers going for foreign employment.

On this basis, the government has paved the way for Nepalis to go back to the countries where foreign employment is open.

Although the government has opened foreign employment, regular flights have been suspended till July 22.

Kumar Dahal, Director General at the Department, says workers willing to go can take a rescue flight from Nepal with permission.

Publish Date : 08 July 2020 13:24 PM

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