They had left for the central Asian nation on December 19 last year, after being promised handsome pay by agents of the firm operating in India, he said.
The labourers hail from the districts of Hazaribag, Bokaro and Giridih.
Hazaribag Deputy Commissioner Nancy Sahay said she had received complaints from the kin of the stranded workers that they were forced to lead a life similar to bonded labourers.
“I have informed the State Migrant Cell to take up the issue with the authorities concerned, and find avenues for the release and safe return of the labourers to their native places as early as possible,” Sahay said.
Source: Tribun India