Nelson D'Souza stranded in Kuwait leaves for Mangaluru


Dajiworld Media Network - Kuwait (MS)

Kuwait, Nov 6: Nelson D'Souza, a resident of Amblamogaru near here, who had to face hardship in Kuwait as he was not given the job he was promised by the agent and also his employer had taken his passport, left for India on Wednesday, November 6 from Kuwait.

Many Good Samaritans of Indian origin came to the rescue of Nelson, after coming to know his situation through social media.

His passport was handed back to him by James Paul Karkala, Manjeshwar Mohandas Kamath, Robert D'Souza and Raj Bhandary last week.

 

 

 

  

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  • Apoli Alvares, Bajpe , Bahrain

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Dsouza is one time very close friend of mine , we are working in same building , very nice person , good luck for him , thank god he released ,

    AA
    Bajpe / bahrain

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Praise the Almighty ...

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  • R M, Shirva

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Finally a good news. Welcome back.

    Appreciate the hardwork by Indian citizens for his safe return.

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  • H. Almeida., Bendur/Andheri

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    The Gulf boom is over.... Those who venture there after paying a huge commission to agents, are certain to face gloom n despair. Educated professionals, have an option of migration, to developed nations... other's can still make a decent living in our cities....

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

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Welcome back, Nelson D'Souza to Mangalore. You must thank God and also the good people who helped you out from getting out of the situation you were going through while you were in Kuwait, Now think twice before going abroad. Beware of cheating agents.

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  • Aubb, Kuwait / India

    Thu, Nov 7 2019

    How can one identify a "Cheating Agent"??

    Is it not the duty of the Central Govt. to weed out all "Cheating Agents" in India and abroad???

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  • SBM, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Unity among all communities is always helpful in worst of the situations. Do not let politicians break the unity. We won't know who from where will help us when we are in trouble.

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