Kochi, Feb 14: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday reached out to the Indian diaspora in the Gulf, notably a big quantity of Keralites working there, saying the nation is proud of them and guaranteed them of his authorities”s full help.
Referring to the plight of Indians who had been languishing in jails in the Gulf nations, the Prime Minister, whereas addressing a programme after inaugurating varied infrastructure initiatives right here, stated governments of many gulf nations have over the previous couple of years launched a number of such Indians aftet the intervention of his authorities.
“Our authorities will at all times communicate up for such folks”, Modi stated.
The Prime Minister thanked the governments of varied gulf nations for his or her delicate method on this topic.
“The Gulf kingdoms responded to my private appeals and took particular care of our neighborhood”, he stated.
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Recalling his earlier visits to the Gulf nations, together with Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and Bahrain, the Prime Minister stated he had shared meals and interacted with them. Modi stated India is proud of its diaspora in the Gulf. He stated over 50 lakh Indians who had been stranded in international nations because of COVID-19 pandemic had come again dwelling below the ”Vande Bharat Mission.”
“Many of them had been from Kerala. It was our authorities”s honour to serve them at such a delicate time”, Modi stated. The PM stated the Gulf nations are giving precedence to the return of Indians to the area.
“We”ve arrange air bubbles to facilitate that course of. Indians working in the gulf ought to know they’ve full help of our authorities”, Modi stated.