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Hyderabad woman seeks govt help to evacuate mother, sister from Abu Dhabi

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Hyderabad woman seeks govt help to evacuate mother, sister from Abu Dhabi

Hyderabad woman seeks govt help to evacuate mother, sister from Abu Dhabi

A woman from Hyderabad is seeking government's help to bring back her mother and sister who are stuck and being allegedly tortured in Abu Dhabi.

According to Hina Begum, her mother and sister have been stuck in Abu Dhabi after being cheated by a travel agent.

The travel agent lured them of good job but they were tortured in Abu Dhabi for the past nine months, Begum further said.


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