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NIZAMABAD: The government should help the 15 Indians who are stranded in Iraq and bring them back to India, said Rajanna, father of Krishna, one of the victims who has been stranded in Iraq after being duped by an agent on the pretext of employment. “They went to Iraq to work and they are now stranded there. They are struggling to come back to India. They are not even having food to eat. The government should help them and bring them back to India,” Rajanna said, reports ANI.

The father further added that the agent charged around one lakh 30 thousand rupees for the visa and now he has disappeared. “The agent is not even picking up his call. There is no provision of food, water or any proper housing facilities for my son. We have appealed to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to get my son back to India, along with the other 14 stranded as soon as possible,” Rajanna added.

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