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Man Dies After 'working To Death' At Qatar WC Stadium, Family Asks 'will FIFA Compensate?'

Republic World, Qatar, 25 April 2022 - The family of a man who passed away while working at the Al-Bayt Stadium, to be used for the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar has asked some tough questions to FIFA.

The commencement of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qatar is now a bit over six months to go, and the qualified nations are currently gearing up to shine at the highest stage of football to attain the World Cup glory. However, the human rights exploitation matter behind organizing the event and building top-class stadiums are now in light more than ever. A heartbroken father has now claimed that his son worked to death on a wage of £1 an hour in Qatar.

The deceased in question was a 28-year-old man named Sanjib Raya, who worked 12 hours a day in scorching heat, with temperatures over 40C as a road builder. The firm which employed Sanjib worked to build the Al-Bayt Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,000 spectators. Sanjib passed away due to heart failure, but his family claims that he has perfectly healthy before taking up the job.

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Source: https://www.republicworld.com/sports-news/football-news/man-dies-after-working-to-death-at-qatar-wc-stadium-family-asks-will-fifa-compensate-articleshow.html

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