News headlines

from P A Hameed Padubidri, Dammam
for Daijiworld News Network - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Dammam, Oct 9: The funeral rite of the late Kodi Abdul Rahman by burial was performed at the Jalawi Turki Cemetery in Dammam in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on October 6 soon after Jumma [Friday] Prayer in the presence of relatives, friends and well-wishers.

Kodi Abdul Rahman

Kodi Abdul Rahman, aged about 40, had met with a motor vehicle accident near Corniche in Dammam on September 22. Having sustained serious injuries, he had been hospitalized. He died of the injuried in the Dammam Central Hospital on September 22.

Abdul Rahman, son of K H Ahmed, hailed from a poor family from Kodi at Kundapura in Udupi District, and was working as a house driver in Dammam for about 4 years.

He is survived by his parents, wife and four daughters back home in India. The Kodi Muslim Association has expressed its deep condolences over the sad demise of Abdul Rahman and prayed for his eternal rest.

Advocate P A Hameed Padubidri from Dammam has also expressed his deep commiseration and urged the concerned authorities, including the Indian Embassy to follow up the case with the Shariah Court in the Kingdom and  to get it disposed of as early as possible. He has also urged that the poor family of the deceased be given compensation at the earliest.

The family of the deceased is poor and solely depended upon the deceased for their livelihood. Now the family is facing a crisis on account of the death of its sole bread-winner. Hence the Indian Embassy has been requested to release of financial compensation to the family.


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