Indian national rescued after being held captive by city shop owner

An Indian national, was yesterday rescued from the Georgetown area, where he said that he was being held against his will by a shop owner.

The Guyana Women Miners’ Organisation (GWMO) and the Ministry of Human Services collaborated on the rescue.

GWMO President Simona Broomes said it was the first operation that her organisation has conducted in the city. “Because we are focused in the interior, we will normally ask the persons to go and report it to the police but in this case we have had several letters and statements to us about this young man so I decided to make this one of the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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