When asking this question the OP is indeed right that about the remittance part, as despite having a large skilled chunk of skilled workers, India receives half of its remittances from its semi-skilled and unskilled migrant workers part .Here's a graph: of migrant workers human rights in the UAE and other members of the GCC. Out of the six GCC countries, the UAE has among the highest percentage of foreign workers, with Indians forming the highest chunk in that group: Nearly 80 percent of the UAE's population are foreigners, and foreigners account for 90 percent of the workforce in the private sector, including domestic workers.
L don't need another violent summer of sham rock and roll, sham rock and roll. Don't need another violent summer of sham rock and roll, sham rock and roll. Sever rozmrzá, Jih mizí, Východ se ztrácí, Západ chřadne. Já nepotřebuju další násilný léto falešnýho mládí, falešnýho umění, falešný revoluce, falešnejch srdcí, falešný lásky, falešný smrti, falešnejch životů, falešnýho sexu, falešnýho rock n' rollu, falešnýho rock n' rollu, falešnýho rock n' rollu, falešnýho rock n' rollu, falešnýho rock n' rollu, falešnýho rock n' rollu. Indian migrant workers to the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), political and economic alliance of six Middle Eastern countries—Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, and Oman) are people who face significant oppression, problems and discrimination while working in these countries and to face them, because our government turns a blind eye to them, in spite of them bringing in huge remittances , because they are poor.Because as a franchise, they do not matter much to the Indian voting system.