He lost his job and wanted to come home. The lockdown killed him.
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Nepal, May 17 -- The last couple of months had been tough for Bishnu Prasad Neyopane. He, along with his wife Chandrakala, had migrated to Kuwait in April 2017 for work and their tenure was coming to an end. But two months before the end of their contract in July, the employer demanded an advance for renewing their visa, threatening to send them home if they failed to comply.
They refused to pay and were subsequently fired. It was at this time that Neyopane's health started to worsen. The couple had little money to pay for his medical bills and were looking to return home. On May 6, while waiting for the lockdown in Nepal to be lifted so they could come home, Neyopane died.
The cause of death of the 41-year-old from Kapilvastu was liste...
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