First flight from Bahrain arrives in Mangaluru International Airport

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Jul 13: Under Government of India’s mission Vande Bharat, Air India Express aircraft departed from the Bahrain International airport on July 12 carrying 177 passengers and landed safely at Bajpe International Airport, here.

Mohammad Mansoor, the leading business man and president of The Indian Overseas Congress Bahrain thanked K P Choudhry, the second secretary (Cons & CW) of the Indian Embassy for acting on the written appeal given for allocating the flight on this route to carry stranded expatriates. Passengers consisting of men, women, elderly and the sick expressed their gratitude and applauded the IOC team for their tremendous efforts in relieving their pain and agony.

The mission culminated successfully after a two-week long process involving a number of people. The team was led by its president Mohamed Mansoor along with its valuable members Gayazulla, Khursheed Alam, Ibrahim Adhum, Masood Vitla, Riyaz Sullia, Jayafer, Ambalai, Sameer, Basheer Karla and volunteers.

Bahrain International Airport

The IOC team played a tremendous role in getting this expedition accomplished. President Mansoor applauded Gayaz for his tireless effort in collaborating with the Indian Embassy in preparing the passenger list and giving out the information about the formalities and procedures needed to be followed at the Mangalore Airport to avoid any unpleasant incidents. He also expressed his gratitude to Austin Santosh for coordinating with Nodal officers and providing important information to the passengers such as the list of quarantine hotels in Mangaluru and Udupi with their names and contact numbers of Nodal authorities. He also expressed his appreciation to Dr Aarti Krishna, the Overseas Congress Middle East in-charge for coordinating with Norbu Negi, Charge d’Affaires of Indian Embassy and her relentless ground work and immense support to IOC Bahrain and Narayan Menon, the sales’s manager of Air India for his succour.

The IOC along with KHK Heroes Foundations provided snack kits sponsored by Food World to all the passengers with the help of volunteers present at the Bahrain Airport.


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