Jeddah: AIMDF urges PM to set free Indian nationals from Sumeshi Jail


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Jeddah, Sep 21: The national spokesperson of AIMDF, Shaikh Muzaffer urged prime minister Narendra Modi to evacuate 450 Indian nationals from Sumeshi Jail, Saudi Arabia.

The national executive Board of AIMDF under the leadership of the founder president Shakeel Hassan H, urged the prime minister Narendra Modi, minister of external affairs Dr S Jaishankar and consul general of India in Saudi Arabia Md Noor Rehman Sheikh for the earliest repatriation of 450 Indians stranded in Sumeshi Jail, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.

“It is requested to the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi to kindly ask Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, Minister for External Affairs, Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister for Civil Aviation Government of India and the Indian Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia to pursue with the Saudi Arabian Government officials and take necessary steps to bring back 450 Indians languishing in Sumeshi Jail as soon as possible,” he said.

Shaikh Muzaffer, national spokesperson of AIMDF also said that the deputy consul general Y Sabir from the consulate general of India in Jeddah replied to his email stating, “The matter is being paid highest attention by the consulate as well as the Embassy of India, Riyadh. We are constantly in touch with the Saudi authorities as well as the Ministry of External Affairs. We are pleased to inform that flights are likely to operate very soon to send Indian deportees to India.

Please be assured that the consulate general of India, Jeddah remains committed to providing assistance to Indians in need.

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