FISHERMEN already on the verge of financial ruin have been hit by a new insurance fee for Indian workers.
The Indian Embassy has introduced a BD950 fee per expatriate which sponsors have to pay into an Indian bank account before they come to Bahrain.
Fishermen are due to raise the issue with Prime Minister Shaikh Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa during a meeting today.
They say the fee will be a major burden, costing them hundreds of thousands of dinars. Continue reading