Doha: Social Forum volunteers aid burial of expatriate who passed away in Qatar


Media Release

Doha, Jul 3: Selvam (45), son of Subramanian hailing from Panakulam Village, Alangudi, part of the Pudukkottai district in Tamil Nadu province who worked as a technician, died in Qatar on April 24.

Due to the challenging situation prevailing in both India and Qatar for body repatriation services, especially in the COVID-19 atmosphere, the family was unable to proceed further for the past two months. At this stage, the family of the deceased met the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), Pudukkottai office bearers and requested them to intervene and help out. They also agreed to bury the body in Qatar itself.

Based on the above, SDPI delegates communicated with well-known Indian Expatriate Welfare Organization, Qatar Indian Social Forum (QISF), office-bearers, the QISF team collected the required documents from the family of the deceased and managed to clear all the necessary formalities from the police department, Health Department, Embassy of India and Hamad Medical Corporation within a short time and arrange for the peaceful burial of Selvam in Dukhan cemetery.

  

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  • Moorje, Moorje

    Fri, Jul 3 2020

    MashaAllaha good work QISF . Real role model for others, as always known for social work. Takabbalalahu minna waminkum 🤲.
    Thanks to Daijiworld for the coverage 🙏.

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