Hyderabadi man says he was wrongfully jailed in Saudi Arabia

| Updated: Aug 06, 2017 00:07 IST

Hyderabad [Telangana] August 5 (ANI): A Hyderabad resident who served jail term in Saudi Arabia on Saturday said he was implicated on fake charges. Mohammad Mansoor Hussain reached Hyderabad on Friday. While speaking to ANI about his time in Saudi Arabia, he said that he was implicated under a false case. He said, "I was sentenced by the Saudi court. They charged me under a false case. I was allowed to go only on the terms of my good behaviour. Even the other part of my sentence (300 lashes) was exempted because of my good behaviour. I was falsely framed by my company" He urged the Government of India to intervene. "I request the Indian government to help me get the compensation as I was falsely accused and didn't get any remunerations for it." According to Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT), an organization in the Indian state of Telangana, Mansoor was looted by two armed robbers while he was going to the bank to deposit the company's money. Amjadullah Khan, MBT spokesperson, told ANI said, Mansoor was looted on August 25, 2016 and he immediately reported the matter to the Saudi police. But, his company filed complaint a false complaint against Mansoor of misappropriation of money. He stayed in the police station for 45 days and then went to prison" In addition to it, he asked the Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj to get in touch with the Saudi government and claim the compensation.(ANI)
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