Muscat: The Ministry of Labour has deported 32 expatriate workers from Oman and arrested 19 for violating labour law in Muscat.
In a statement Labour Ministry said: “In order to follow up on the non-Omani workforce and the extent of their commitment to the provisions of the Labor Law, and to continue combating the phenomenon of random selling (which is practiced by the non-Omani workforce in the Wilayat of Seeb, the Ministry of Labor, represented by the General Directorate of Labor Welfare, in cooperation with the Seeb Municipality and the Royal Oman Police, conducted an inspection campaign, and a number (19) expatriate workers were arrested in violation of the provisions of the Labor Law, and legal measures are being taken against them. A number of (32) violating workers have also been deported”
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