Pakistanis among 1300 employees rendered jobless by Saudi firm

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Thursday, 29 September 2016


More than 1,300 staff at a printing plant for the Holy Quran has been laid off due to deepening financial crisis that has entangled Saudi Arabia due to Yemen war and funding for anti-Syria terrorists.


More than 30,000 Saudi Oger Ltd construction workers, mostly from India, Pakistan and the Philippines, have gone unpaid for up to nine months. The Saudi Gazette said the printing plant staff had also gone months without pay or allowances.
The Saudi Gazette said the contract staff at the King Fahad Quran Printing Complex in the holy city of Madina received termination notices on Tuesday.
It said it obtained a copy of the notice ordering workers “to complete the end of service procedures” as their contracts had been terminated on September 3.
They are the latest among tens of thousands of employees of Saudi Oger to suffer from the firm’s financial troubles.
More than 30,000 Saudi Oger Ltd construction workers, mostly from India, Pakistan and the Philippines, have gone unpaid for up to nine months. The Saudi Gazette said the printing plant staff had also gone months without pay or allowances.

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