Kathmandu: 13 Nepali citizens who were held hostage in Malaysia are going to return to Nepal. 6 of the rescued people are going to return home this tuesday.
On Monday morning, Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ instructed the Chief Secretary Shankardas Bairagi to understand the situation of the Nepalese who were taken hostage and other problems and take immediate steps to release and rescue them.
Based on the same instructions, the government contacted the Nepali Embassy in Malaysia through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Understanding the situation of the Nepali hostages, 13 Nepali citizens working in PRS Forest Management Company of Malaysia are going to return to their country.
According to the information provided by the Nepali Embassy in Malaysia to the Prime Minister’s Office, all the 13 workers currently working in the company have been arranged to eat and stay in a Nepali hotel at the expense of the same manpower company.
On the initiative of the embassy, 6 of them are going to return to Nepal tomorrow on 10 January and 7 on 13 January. Likewise, efforts are being made to solve the problems of 28 Nepalese workers who are in trouble in another company in Malaysia.