‘No one should suffer like me’: families of Qatar’s dead migrant workers left with nothing

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Qatar is a magnet for south Asian labour, but failure to investigate deaths leaves dependents without compensation

It is hard to imagine a place more different to Qatar than the southern plains of Nepal.

Miles of fields covered in dazzling yellow mustard flowers are dotted with small villages. Cows and goats sit in front of houses mostly made of woven strips of bamboo and mud. Clothes are washed by hand, water pumped by foot and rice husks sifted by the wind.

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Written by Pete Pattisson and Pramod Acharya in Saptari
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/global-development/2022/apr/01/qatar-dead-migrant-workers-left-with-nothing under the title “‘No one should suffer like me’: families of Qatar’s dead migrant workers left with nothing”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.