Mangaluru: Manpower agency ready to help stranded youths in Kuwait


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jun 1: Manikya Associates, manpower consultants, is ready to co-operate and extend help to the 35 distressed youths in Kuwait, said owner of Manikya Associates Prasad Shetty.

Addressing media here on Saturday, June 1, Prasad Shetty said, "Manikya Associates has sent the job aspirants from Mangaluru on the request of Hawk Consultancy situated in Mumbai and they had arranged jobs for these aspirants in Aspect Petroleum Services Company in Kuwait. Manikya Associates is in no way in related to their work at Aspect Petroleum Services Company in Kuwait. Manikya Associates has acted only as a link between these job aspirants and Hawk Consultancy,”

 

“Manikya Associates is ready to co-operate and extend full support to bring back 35 youths back to India. We have already met MLA Vedavyas Kamath and police commissioner In this regard and showed all the documents. We also discussed the matter with MP Nalin Kumar Kateel. We are ready to give every kind of co-operation and support to bring those youths back to India,”

Lawyer Chandrahas K said, "Manikya Associates exists since last 12 years and we have not gone through this type of situation. Manikya Associates was just a link between job aspirants and Hawk Consultancy. Manikya Associates has already paid money to Hawk Consultancy for recruiting job aspirants. Hawk Consultancy asked us to conduct the interviews. Job aspirants are also aware about our role in the issue,”

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Sun, Jun 2 2019

    Good service to those deserving opportunity to serve abroad.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Everybody is trying to clear and explain their roles and last nothing has moved till now.Now stop explaining and giving interviews but down to action ,to bringout these young people. It is long time they suffered .So long they are not released from kuwait,,noone is sure of their security.

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  • Krishna, Udupi

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Who ever held responsible for this nightmare should compensate to these people for the damage done to them.

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  • Mann, Bangalore

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Manikya associates is only responsible for collecting money . They are money collection consultancy. What a shameless, bizarre clarification??
    They should be prosecuted.

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  • Mr Clean, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Why our people are struggling so much including MLAs and MPs?. Don't you know by Modi's one simple phone call out of nowhere Saudi Arabia released 850 foreign and Indian prisoners within a second in one go. This shouldn't be a big challenge for BJP govt!?!?!?,?!.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Mr Clean, Mangalore
    Just Do It ...

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  • Anil, Uae

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    It's bullet rail.... Saudis never release prisoners... Its not modi rule in saudi
    DNT fool man.. Its not pakoda radar gutter gas tea selling... Its Saudi rule..

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  • Mr Clean, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    Don't you trust our PM Modi's words open in public speech in broad daylight in front of millions of people????. So, better give it a try by contacting him if unsuccessful then declare him 'Maha Feku'.

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  • James, Udupi

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    How this responsible agent washing his hand and say its not his responsibility, now who will return 65000 rs .

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Jun 1 2019

    If these youths are not back in 48 hours put these guys into Jail ...

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