This video says about itself:
25 September 2013
In the worst cases, employees are not being paid and work in conditions of forced labour. Each month dozens of young Nepalese migrant workers are returning home in coffins.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV:
During the construction of the Al Wakrah stadium in Qatar a worker has died. What exactly happened is unclear. According to the organizing committee, which is responsible for the construction of the World Cup stadiums, it is a work-related accident.
The organizing committee has launched an investigation to determine how the accident could have happened. What nationality or gender the victim is has not been made known. …
Multiple sources have reported in recent years that workers have already died before. But Qatar has always said that there are little or no deaths which are directly related to the work.
The country relies heavily on migrant labor to finish the stadiums and infrastructure in time for the World Cup, which will be played in the winter of 2022. In total, there are many thousands of construction workers flown in from eg Nepal, India and Bangladesh.
The workers work in appalling conditions, say human rights organizations. As Amnesty International wrote earlier this year the workers are exploited on a large scale. The British newspaper The Guardian predicted in 2013 that thousands of workers would die.
REPORT: QATAR SABOTAGED RIVAL WORLD CUP BIDS FIFA has been urged to launch an “independent investigation” into claims that Qatar ran a secret campaign in 2010 to sabotage competing bids to host the 2022 World Cup. [BBC]