MOL conducts inspection campaign on private sector establishments

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56 expats arrested for violating labour law in Duqm

Muscat: Ministry of Labour (MOL) conducts inspection campaign on private sector establishments in the Wilayat of Duqm, arrests 56 workers in violation of Labour law.

In a statement Ministry of Labour said: “The Ministry of Labour, represented by the Office of the Joint Inspection Team at the General Directorate of Labor in the Al Dakhiliyah Governorate. An inspection campaign was conducted on private sector establishments and labor gatherings in the Wilayat of Duqm, where a number of (56) workers were arrested in violation of the provisions of the Labor Law.”

Legal measures are being taken against them, Ministry added.

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