22 Indian nationals charged for false declaration of salaries
Published on Feb 19, 2014 6:38 PM
TWENTY-two Indian nationals have been charged by the Manpower Ministry (MOM) for providing false salary information to apply for their work passes.
Applicants of Employment Passes and S Passes must meet minimum salary requirements.
But the workers declared they will be paid monthly salaries of between $2,400 and $4,550 despite knowing that they would be paid less, said MOM in a statement on Wednesday.
They were employed by four firms: Vina Trading, Manthra Enterprises, Magnaton Ventures and Nalla Traders. All four companies are franchisees of local convenience chain store 7-Eleven.
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