55 Expats arrested after inspection campaign on private homes in Muscat

Muscat: The Ministry of Labour (MoL) in cooperation with the Royal Oman Police (ROP) arrested 55 expat workers for violating public morals and labour laws in Seeb on Saturday.

In a statement Ministry of Labour said: The Ministry of Labour, represented by the General Directorate of Labor Welfare in cooperation with RoyalOmanPolice carried out an inspection campaign in the Wilayat of Seeb on private homes in which unlicensed work and contrary to public morals are practiced.

55 workers were arrested in violation of the provisions of the Labor Law, and work is underway to take legal measures.

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