The number of Nepalis dying an untimely death in Qatar, a popular destination for foreign employment for Nepali youths, is increasing day by day.
A list provided by the Nepalese Embassy in Doha shows 24 youths working in Qatar lost their lives due to various causes in the period of May 1 to June 5.
The list shows most of them died due to cardiac arrests and other illnesses, while others died due to some accident.
According to the list, Amrit Bahadur Basnet, Ram Naresh Pandit, Gagan Tharu, Jhamak Bahadur Thapa, Saran Limbu, Sanu Kanchha Acharya, Ram Bahadur KC, Shatrughan Chaudhary Bheshraj Rai died due to cardiac arrest and respiratory diseases.
Pheku Mandal, Kesi Prasad Mandal, Dependra Bhandari, Kul Bahadur Bhandari, Dinesh Safi, Jeet Bahadur Makhim, Kari Charan Chaudhari and Yadav Kumar Shrestha also died due to heart attack. Yadav Dhakal died due to kidney failure.
Likewise, Karna Bahadur Yadav and Muktinath Ghimire committed suicide, while others died due to some accident. Kedar Joshi died after falling from an under-construction high-rise building, Khadga Shrestha was electrocuted and Durga Prasad Shrestha and Nani Chhori Maharjan died in road accidents. nepalnews.com Jun 26 09