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Recently some nearby reports uncover that Qatar started the illegal recruitment of 12,000 Nepali migrants in order to recruit them on Qatar Police Force for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in the country.
Nepal’s government prohibits its residents from serving in Qatar’s security agencies as no formal agreement exists. So in order to prohibit Nepali Embassy in Qatar immediately sent the letter to the Qatar foreign ministry in regards to that issue yet no decision has been made.
In contrast to those events, Qatar had sent a letter to the Nepal government communicating its advantage in enlisting 200 Nepalis. For its security office in the underlying stage, however, Nepali authorities are in dilemma.
Tension Between Nepali & Qatari Officials
Details from Qatar’s Ministry of Interior expose enlistment of Nepali migrants on a yearly resident visa. The person’s profession is expressed as “Police Army Staff.” The Qatari government made the proposal of enrolling Nepali youths in their police force. And focused on gathering the expenses involved, including giving free visas, and other expenses.
An absence of occupations and the impacts of the pandemic mean mushrooming labor organizations in Nepal and representatives. All of them are considering this to be a chance and attracting Nepali youths with job offers in Qatar’s police power. However, they are charging them a weighty sum in this process. But both Nepali and Qatari authorities are yet to consent to a proper arrangement about the issue. Without a conventional arrangement between the two nations, illegal recruitment by unethical manpower agencies is rampant. However, it is illegal to recruit. Still, Qatari officials are trying to recruit Nepali Migrants workers in their Police Force.
Raid By Nepali Authorities
Hence, last November the Department of Foreign Employment (DofE) raided four labor organizations in Kathmandu. And this raid exposed an organization that sent Nepali residents to Qatar for work through illegal methods. Finally, this raid revealed also the engagement of the Qatar Embassy in Kathmandu. And after the raid, all the illegal recruitment of Nepali young people for its police force as the government official vehicle spotted. At the premise of a local recruitment agency Hope International.
Andy Hall, an immigration expert, revealed to The Diplomat: “Nepal and Qatar’s government need to urgently come with a transparent, legal and ethical agreement. That guarantees the upcoming recruitment of security personnel needed for the FIFA World Cup 2022. And this can be embraced in a manner that prevents the systemic extortion of the candidates involved. Recruitment should be legal and ethical with all expenses borne by the Qatari state or Qatari managers.”
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The Ministry of Interior tweeted yesterday that the Qatar Visa Centers (QVCs) in six nations have now continued tasks and will encourage the systems needed for work visas under one rooftop, guaranteeing the privileges of the worker and the business. These nations include Pakistan, India, the Philippines, Nepal, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.
Two companies in Qatar holding the wages of many migrant workers. But still, Qatari authorities failed to give a review to the hundreds of migrant workers. And those workers are waiting for months of unpaid wages at two companies in the country. Even though they are repeatedly being reported to the authorities, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said on Tuesday.
The Workers’ Support and Insurance Fund, which the public authority set up in 2018 explicitly to guarantee that laborers are paid their wages on time. When organizations neglect to pay, not been used to profit these migrant laborers in the two organizations.
Human Rights Watch: View Regarding The Issue
“It is disheartening that hundreds of workers are struggling to obtain their unpaid wages. Even though the Qatari government (QG) has been made aware of these abuses over and over again,” said Maham Javaid, Middle East fellow at Human Rights Watch. “The Qatari government’s failure to ensure that workers are paid underlines the disappointing gap between Qatar’s promises of reform and reality.”
On September 28, 2020, HRW informed the government earlier this year about the two companies in the country were systematically underpaying employees. This wage abuse continues even though workers started submitting complaints to various government authorities starting in June. The workers have yet to hear back from the government.
Government’s Response to HRW’s Claim
In response to allegations from Human Rights Watch, the Government Communications Office said that. “All the companies are placed on the Labor Ministry’s list of banned companies. And other legal proceedings against them are launched. Also, the strict penalties are imposed on those companies.”
However, the laborers, a significant number of whom report living and working in desperate conditions, have still not got the wages they are owed.
But still, the migrant workers are deprived of their wages for many months. However, authorities are not serious about this matter despite constant pressure from different agencies like Human Rights Watch, Workers Support and Insurance Fund, and many more.
Qatari Court Sentences Two For Human Trafficking Case.
Doha: The National Committee for Combatting Human Trafficking applauded the issuance of the decision of the First Instance Court of the Supreme Judiciary Council against two defendants who hold Pakistani citizenship for a situation identified with illegal exploitation. In a judgment considered as a triumph for equity, the court indicted the respondents for having perpetrated the wrongdoing against two home laborers specified in Combating Trafficking in Human Beings Law No. 15 of 2011.
QNA Statement on the Case
According to QNA, the defendants, who hold Pakistani citizenship, were charged with violation of Law No. 15 of 2011 for combating trafficking in human beings.”
In a judgment considered as a victory for justice, the court convicted the defendants for having committed the crime against two domestic workers which are punishable under Law No. 15 of 2011 for combating trafficking in human beings,” QNA said.
“The charge consisted of forcibly exploiting the victims, practicing slavery and servitude, detaining the victims and depriving them of their freedom, harnessing and forcing them to work without pay, and assaulting the integrity of the victims’ bodies.”
Last year, the National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking report identified people carrying out acts. And identified with human trafficking by misusing representatives and presenting them to different types of torment and abuse.
When the Qatari authorities got this report, the concerned authorities, represented by the police, the Public Prosecution. And the National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking started their investigations.
The casualties obliged to the Protection and Social Rehabilitation Center (AMAN) after getting the fundamental medical services.
The National Committee for Combating Human Trafficking and the security experts in the State of Qatar led their examinations concerning the case. And it has drawn up numerous purposes behind this. Also including the forensic medical certificate just as the induction of the assertions of witnesses and explanations of the people in question.
After completing the investigations and gathering all proof, the National Committee to Combat Human Trafficking selected a legal advisor for the people in question, while the case continued with the Qatari courts.
The Criminal Court of the Court of First Instance administered to detain the two defendants for a time of ten years. Also, fined every one of them around QR 200,000 for the allegations. In addition to expelling them from the nation after the completion of the sentence.
The court’s decision additionally specified that the defendants were obligated and jointly to pay every casualty a measure of QR 1million as compensation.
From Minister of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs
In addition, Minister of Administrative Development, Labor and Social Affairs HE Yousuf bin Mohammed Al Othman Fakhroo and Chairman of the National Committee. In order to combat Human Trafficking welcomed the courts ruling and trusted that this decision. And they will act as a deterrent to any human traffickers who believe that they can evade the rule of law in Qatar.
Similarly, his Excellency added that the State of Qatar is a functioning individual from the global network in fighting illegal exploitation. And forces exacting punishments on those found guilty of violating human trafficking law and doesn’t tolerate any violations or infringement of human rights. His Excellency brought up that the committee affirms that all measures have been taken to give vital consideration and security to the casualties previously, during, and after investigation.
Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) said on their website that as part of the State of Qatar’s plans for the gradual lifting of restrictions imposed to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic, the previously announced travel and return policy was reviewed and it was agreed to continue the implementation of the same policy with minor amendments.
These policies include:
1) Travelling Abroad Policy:
Citizens and Residents can travel abroad whenever if they adhere to the travel and return policy.
Those wishing to travel must know about the careful steps actualized in the nation they intend to visit to isolate strategy, length, and prerequisite to give a without covid19 declaration.
Employees must facilitate with their managers about the dates of their travel and return to Qatar. They ought to consider the quarantine period when arranging their trip.
2) Return and Entry Policy:
Travelers getting back from generally safe nations must have a COVID-19 test upon landing in the Airport and sign a Home Quarantine. Undertaking to consent to the home isolate methodology for seven days. And noticing their well-being status Ehteraz’s application will be yellow, demonstrating that the individual is under isolation. On the 6th day, the individual should visit one of the PHCC medical care habitats to re-test for COVID-19. If the test outcome is positive, the individual is confined and their well-being status on Ehteraz will change to red.
On the off chance that it is negative, at that point the isolated period is finished before the finish of the seventh day. And their well-being status on Ehteraz will change to green. It should be noticed that the COVID-19 Green List will be distributed on the Ministry of Public Health’s site and declared by the Civil Aviation Authority. The COVID-19 Green List will be surveyed and refreshed routinely dependent on Qatar’s general well-being markers and around the globe.
3) Traveling Policy for Foreigners
Also, travelers from different nations, where affirmed COVID-19 testing focuses are not set up. And should be lodging isolated at their own cost for seven days. They should book an inn isolate for seven days from the recorded inns on the “Discover Qatar” site. These people will require a COVID-19 re-test on day 6. On the off chance that the outcome is negative, and the individual is asymptomatic. Also, they are delivered from the lodging on the seventh day to proceed with the isolated period at home for an additional seven days. Their well-being status on Ehteraz will stay yellow. And will change back to green toward the finish of the isolated period, which is 14 days altogether.
If there are MOPH affirmed COVID-19 testing centers at the country of travel, COVID-19 free certificates should be obtained from one of these centers to be excluded from testing at the Airport. The Certificate ought not to surpass 48 hours before travel. Also, taking note of the list of COVID-19 testing centers is refreshed consistently on the Ministry of Public Health’s site.