Saudi diplomat accused of raping nurses flee the country

Nepal Women,
Picture of the two raped Nepal women

A Saudi Arabian diplomat blamed for over and over assaulting and mishandling two Nepalese maids has left India under front of conciliatory invulnerability, while Nepal on Thursday called for equity for the ladies.

India’s External Affairs Ministry representative Vikas Swarup recognized the negotiator as Majed Hassan Ashoor, the first secretary at the Saudi Embassy in New Delhi. The announcement late Wednesday said Ashoor, “who is purportedly blamed for manhandling two Nepali house keepers, has left India.”

It gave no points of interest on how the ambassador left the nation, yet said “the first secretary, being a negotiator, is administered by the procurement of the Vienna Convention on discretionary relations.”

The two Nepalese, acting as cleaning specialists in the representative’s extravagance loft, have blamed him for illicitly limiting and assaulting them for a couple of months.