Before she died, she had not received her salary for six months.
Adi said he managed to contact Ruri before she passed on. At the time, as she was sick and was looked after by a foreigner, he added.
“I am not sure whether the foreigner was her acquaintance or partner. When she was sick, she was being helped by a foreign citizen,” Adi said in a telephone interview.
Kompas.com previously reported that in 2019, about 276,000 documented Indonesian migrant workers left their hometowns to seek employment overseas. The figure excludes undocumented migrant workers.
Of the total documented migrant workers from Indonesia, 69.15 percent were female workers.
The report also said that Malaysia remains the largest receiving country for Indonesian workers as a total of 79,662 Indonesians were employed in there.
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