Reshma Begum resident of Mustafa Nagar, Mailardevpally was promised a job in Dubai with a good salary by a local travel agents Khalid, Samina & Shabana all resident of Kishan Bagh, Rajender Nagar. As she was facing financial difficulties post lockdown and floods in Hyderabad she agreed to work abroad for money. She
reached Dubai on 6th Nov and was handed over to Aseel Labourer Recruitment Office in Ajman who sold her for 2.0 lakhs to an Arab family to work as an housemaid.She was among the 30 women from Hyderabad and Cyberabad who were trafficked to UAE by agents promising them good jobs during Oct-Nov 2020
post lockdown.After working for 10 days she fell ill and as there no proper accommodation to live she wanted to return to India. She was handed over to the Ajman office back. When her family contacted the local Hyderabad agents and Ajman office they demanded Rs/ 2.0 lakhs to return her. Somehow her mother collected Rs/
90,000 and deposited in an account of Union Bank of India Mehdipatnam branch on 10th Dec 2020 and the local agent promised that Reshma will come in three days but even after 15 days she could not reach and the local agent switched off his phone after receiving payment.Her mother Najma Begum approached Amjed Ullah
Khan (Spokesman) MBT and requested him to rescue her daughter. Mr Khan forwarded her case to Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar Minister for External Affairs Govt of India, The Indian Embassy in Abu Dhabi and Indian Counselate in Dubai and requested them to rescue her. After consecutive pursuing the matter the Indian
Officials with the help of Ajman & Dubai Police and Indian Association could rescue all 30 stuck up women and they are reaching back there homes.