The woman, in the video, has claimed to have been kept as a hostage and subjected to torture by her employer in Dwadami city of Saudi Arabia.
In the video, gone viral on social media, the distraught woman alleges that she has been physically abused by her employers and forced to work as a slave by her employers.
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Hailing from India, the woman's name unknown is in Saudi Arabia residing with two men as per the video sent to Mika by her.
In a video, a woman in her twenties claims she has been kept in a locked room and has not eaten anything for several days."But I appeal to all Punjabis if they want to go in these countries, they should first enquire about their working conditions and other necessary things".
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Dawadmi town falls in Riyadh Province and is located 200 kms west of Riyadh - Capital of the oil-rich nation.
"Bhagwant Maan Sahab please help me". The Sexy Baliye singer wasted no time in urging the government to help this woman at the earliest. It's been a year since she shifted and since then she is tolerating torture each day. Please rescue me as well. Though I approached the local police, the cops did not help me.
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"Javed - please reach her at the earliest", the external affairs minister wrote on Twitter in an apparent reference to the Indian embassy in Riyadh.