Mysterious dying in Dubai of Thai employee prompts pressing investigation

Guilt-free yr outdated lady from Nakhon Ratchasima province unknowingly launched into a journey for casual labour to Dubai, solely to mysteriously die three days after her arrival. Her shocked household has turned to the Pavena Hongsakul Foundation for help, nine months after her unknown mysterious demise, to assist them in bringing their relative’s physique again to Thailand and assist unravel the cause of her unexpected dying.
Described by her nephew as the family’s backbone, she was additionally the main supplier for her 85 year outdated mom. She had been abroad on several occasions for work, however her last trip to Dubai took a toll on her life on October 3 last year. Her husband, who works in Chon Buri province, lost contact with her three days after her departure, during which she confided her need to return home.
Her disappearance led to an extensive 9 month search by Thai residents in Dubai, who finally broke the unhappy information of her demise to her household on July thirteen. She died three days after she arrived in Dubai, but it took nine months of rigorous search by the Thai community, aided by Facebook, to finally monitor down her relations. They supplied her passport and UAE-issued demise certificate as proof of her death.
This devastating revelation led her household to show to the Pavena Hongsakul Foundation to assist in repatriating her remains again to Thailand and examine the mysterious explanation for her passing.
Foundation head, Paveena Hongsakul, has sought assist from Ruj Thammamongkol, the Director of the Department of Consular Affairs, to not only help the grieving family in getting her stays back to Thailand but in addition to analyze the trigger of her demise. Paveena is due to catch up with the proceedings at the Department of Consular Affairs on August three.
Reflecting on the tragic mysterious dying, Paveena supplied a word of warning to Thais contemplating alternatives abroad, citing an alarming rise in circumstances of deception resulting in undocumented and illegal work. The Pavena Foundation acquired complaints from 255 Thai residents who had fallen victim to such fraudulent work schemes abroad between January to July, reported Sanook..

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