Telangana Gulf Welfare association seeks help from Centre, State
Nizamabad: Telangana Gulf Welfare and Cultural Association on Thursday requested Union and State government to provide help to Telugu NRIs, who are facing cases in Saudi Arabia and unable to come back to India.
Patkuri Basanth Reddy, president Telangana Gulf Welfare and Cultural Association, said in a press meet that 45 Indians were facing cases at Batta area of Saudi Arabia, of that three members returned to India with the help provided by of Nizamabad MP Kavitha.
He requested MP Kavitha, Union and State government’s to provide help to the remaining people as Indian Embassy officials at Saudi Arabia were neglecting them and victims were facing language problem.
He requested that Saudi officials to reinitiate the out pass system for Indian workers so that they can come back to India safely. Telangana Gulf Welfare and Cultural Association members participated in the media meet.