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Indian domestic servant: Saudi employer ‘cut off my arm’
9 October 2015
An Indian domestic servant said her Saudi employer “cut off her arm” when she was trying to escape, having been locked in.
Kasturi Munirathinam said she “understood that they are going to harm me” before her employer locked her in.
She says she tried to escape through a window, using saris as a rope and then her employer saw her and “cut off my hand”.
By James Tweedie:
Saudi Arabia: India demands justice for maid mutilated by her boss
Saturday 10th October 2015
Victim attacked while trying to flee from brutal mistreatment
INDIA’S government demanded justice yesterday after an Indian maid working in Saudi Arabia had her right arm severed by her employer.
Her sister Vijayakumari said the mother of four “was forced to take up the job abroad as the family was facing financial problems after the marriage of her three daughters.” She said the employer had subjected her sister to mental and physical torture and refused to pay or even feed her.
When Ms Munirathnam decided to escape and inform the authorities about her mistreatment on September 29, she was subjected to the horrific attack.
Her boss inflicted the injury as she was trying to flee the house through the balcony, her sister said.
“She fell down and suffered serious spinal injuries. Some neighbours and others took her to hospital,” Vijayakumari added.
Ms Swaraj added that the Indian embassy was in touch with Ms Munirathnam.
“Our embassy in Riyadh has taken up the matter with the Saudi Foreign Office and asked for strict action and severe punishment,” he said.
“We have also sought an independent probe in the incident and urged that a case of attempted murder be lodged.”
The incident is not the first case of Saudis abusing female employees. In September, a Saudi diplomat left India after being accused of imprisoning and raping two Nepali maids.
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