Accidental death of Filipino workers, Alcada: The number of deaths of foreign workers in Qatar is directly proportional to the size of foreign workers2022-12-10 08:35
The 2022 Qatar World Cup has entered the quarterfinals, but the controversy surrounding the event has never stopped. Some media disclosed that a Filipino worker was killed in an accident at the training ground of the Saudi Arabian team.
"Death is a part of life," World Cup chief executive Ekada said.
According to British Sky News and The Guardian, " The Athletic" stated that the worker was working at the coastline beach resort where the Saudi team stayed. When the incident happened, he was walking beside a forklift, but he fell from the slope and fell to the concrete and died.
The Qatari government and FIFA confirmed the incident after it was reported. When Al Qada was asked about it, he said that the death toll of foreign workers in Qatar was directly proportional to the size of the foreign workers. Whether at work or in sleep, death is a part of life. He also expressed his condolences to the families of the deceased for the death of the worker.
Ekada said that the death of foreign workers was a major event during the World Cup in Qatar, but the news and rumors about the death of foreign workers were completely wrong. He is disappointed that journalists exaggerate misinformation, and thinks many journalists should reflect on why they spend so much time on the issue.
The Qatari government stated that if the investigation finds that the incident involved a violation of safety regulations, the company concerned would face legal procedures and severe fines, and if the deceased was injured or died at work, his family members could receive compensation from support workers and insurance funds.
Qatar World Cup Organizing Committee Secretary-General Tawadi said in an interview in November that 400 to 500 foreign workers died while working on World Cup-related projects.
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