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Youth killed in Kuwait accident, mother seeks govt help to bring his back body


Team Udayavani, Sep 17, 2019, 3:27 PM IST

Karwar: Following the death of her son in a road accident in Kuwait, a bereaved mother sought help from the district adminmistration to bring back his mortal remains.

The deceased Robinson Rosario, who was employed with Kuwait Food Company located at Dajeej Area in Kuwait met with a road accident on September September 15. His body is with a hospital in Kuwait and it is not yet been transported to India.

His mother Mary Francis Rasario, who happens to be poor cannot bear the expenses of bringing her son’s body which needs to be flown to New Delhi initially and later to be transported to Goa in air and from Goa airport to Karwar by road.

She has thus urged Uttara Kannada deputy commissioner Harish Kumar K to take up her case with Indian Embassy in Kuwait to arrange and to transport the body of her son to India.

The deputy commissioner has informed the same to the ministry of external affairs to make necessary arrangements.

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