New Delhi is working to feed more than 10,000 laborers stranded in the Gulf with no wages after losing their jobs
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Saudi Arabia has promised "urgent" action to resolve the plight of some 2,500 Indian workers stranded without money in the kingdom after a plunge in oil prices sparked construction layoffs.Haqbani's orders also ease restrictions on workers leaving the kingdom, Okaz quoted ministry official Abdullah al-Alyan as saying.Alyan did not mention thousands of Saudi-based Filipino and Pakistani workers and dismissed as "rumors" that around 10,000 Indian workers had been left to starve.
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