NRNA Australia, in support of the 80+ duped Nepalis by a fraudulent company, has issued a stern press release, directing the company to return every penny owed to all Nepalis else face ‘public shame’. ‘If money is not released by 13th August, another press release with his name will be done’, says NRNA Australia, alongside warning other companies indulging in such fraudulent activities.
The Press Release also tells the Nepali community in Australia that the organisation has got their back – ‘NRNA Australia is behind the victims’, the PR reads.
Read full Press Release here
According to the Press Release, several Nepalis came forward to the organisation claiming they were duped by the organisation – apparently a Mr. Pradhan assured them jobs and took AUD 500 for uniform and boots. Most of the victims were students, and several students also left their jobs because of the promise made.
The victims, after realising they were duped, demanded their money back – the perpetrator in several instances continued his fraudulent activities, producing doctored images of fake receipts, bank deposits, etc.
Nepalese Voice strongly condemns such fraudulent activities, and is willing to hear out the stories of who were duped – if they are willing to talk. You can message us on our Facebook page, or email us at [email protected] Should you wish to, we can keep your identity a secret.