Now, Bajwa seeks PM’s Bajwa help for Punjabis stuck in Malaysia


A day after Punjab Congress chief Capt Amarinder Singh wrote to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, seeking the Centre’s intervention for rescuing eight Gurdaspur youths stranded in Malaysia, Rajya Sabha MP Partap Singh Bajwa today sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s help.In a letter to the PM, Bajwa said the eight youths — Surinder Singh, Vinod Kumar, Davinder Singh, Anil Kumar, Kulbir Singh, Gurcharan Singh, Rohit Kumar and Sahil Sharma — were victims of a human trafficking racket and had been duped of huge sums by travel agents.“After undergoing immense suffering at the hands of their employers, they escaped from captivity and have now taken refuge in a gurdwara in Malaysia. Kindly direct the Indian Embassy officials there to render help to rescue the stranded youths and get them safely back to India,” said Bajwa, a former Lok Sabha MP from Gurdaspur.Bajwa said he would raise the issue in the Rajya Sabha tomorrow.

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