Kuwait job fraud issue - Visas of 28 victims cancelled


Daijiworld News Network -Kuwait

Kuwait, Jul 17: The visas of 28 victims of job fraud, who are currently stranded in Kuwait, have been cancelled. Sibi US, second secretary, Embassy of India, handed over the passports and air tickets to expatriate Manjeshwar Mohandas Kamath on Wednesday, July 17.

With this, the 28 victims can now fly back to India after facing months of ordeal.

Visas of 15 Mangalureans, stranded in Kuwait were cancelled on Tuesday. As many as 19 youths from Mangaluru will board flight on July 17 evening. They will land in Mumbai on July 18 and will travel to Mangaluru via bus.

Many kindhearted people, including Mangaluru South MLA Vedavyasa Kamath, have paid for the tickets and other expenses of these victims.

Mohandas Kamath, Raj Bhandary, Madhav Naik and Vijay Fernandes, among some Indian expatriates, took special care and interest in rescuing the youths from the ordeal.

  

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  • Joseph, Qatar

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Why were they provided tickets only till Bombay and not to their nearest airport? It would have saved them the humiliation/trouble of further traveling, that too by bus. So much
    of the arrangementss were carried out since so many days...atleast the last part of their journey too should have been taken care of and included in the air ticket after all. Was this too much for the good samaritan(s) to provide? I fail to understand.

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  • Evans C. Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Thu, Jul 18 2019

    Thank God the ordeal of 28 victims who were cheated by some agent is over. Now you fully know the hardship you went through. Now my advice is that if you ever plan to go to Gulf countries go through a reliable agent who is approved by the government. There are still many more who are stuck up for various reasons.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Jul 17 2019

    Thank God ,biggest problem is solved and one can breath normal..Rest is in Gods hands.Thanks to all who helped the m.Hope all of them will have a better future once they are released by some good hearted persons help.They deserve it .

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