Sri Lankan woman held captive in Saudi Arabia until her kidney is donated

Sunday, 21 May 2017 - 20:39

The three daughters of the mother, who is currently being held captive in Saudi Arabia demanding her kidney, have pleaded with the government to bring their mother back to the country.

36 year old W.W. Indrakanthi, who is a resident of Kandalama road in Dambulla, has sought employment in Saudi Arabia as a house maid two years ago.

At present, the grandmother and a relative are taking care of the children as their father has married again.

When we inquired in this regard from the Foreign Employment Bureau, a spokesperson stated that the bureau has not yet received a complaint about this matter.

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