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Kerala Government Seeks Centre’s Intervention For Safe Return Of 41 Keralites Stranded In Kabul

Kerala Government Seeks Centre’s Intervention For Safe Return Of 41 Keralites Stranded In Kabul

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Kerala government seeks Centre's intervention for safe return of 41 Keralites stranded in Kabul

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan (File photo)

Thiruvananthapuram:

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday urged the Center to take immediate steps to bring back 41 Malayalees stranded in Kabul in the wake of the Taliban seizing power in Afghanistan. These people include women and children. Government sources said here that on the instructions of the Chief Minister, the government agency ‘NORKA’, which works for the non-residents of Kerala, submitted a letter in this regard to the Ministry of External Affairs. On the instructions of Chief Minister Vijayan, Principal Secretary to the state government K Elangovan and NORKA CEO Harikrishnan Namboodiri K. sent separate letters to the ministry, in which the plight of the Keralites trapped there has been told.

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In the letter, Elangovan said, “41 Malayalees working in different companies have requested the government to make immediate arrangements for their safe return to India. These include women and children too. The letter also said that “there is a great danger looming over the lives of Malayalees.” Earlier, Namboodiri contacted some Malayali stranded in Kabul and said that steps were being taken to find out. Whether more Keralites are stranded in the capital of Afghanistan. Government sources said that the information received by NORKA has already been sent to the Ministry of External Affairs.

(This news has not been edited by NayaTez team. It has been published directly from Syndicate feed.)

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