Indian Woman Body Lying At Local Mortuary Since Early January 2016
Category: Kuwait Local News

It has come to our notice that the body of Late Ms Kumadam Lalita Kumari (Passport No. F-1051441), an Indian national of Andhra Pradesh, is lying at a local mortuary since early January 2016.

For transportation of the body to her relatives in India, the Embassy has written to the District authorities (thrice) in the district of Kaddappa (A.P.) asking them to inform the relatives of the deceased for their confi rmation with regard to receiving the body on arrival at Hyderabad airport. No response has been received so far from the relatives, says a press release by the Indian Embassy.

The Embassy seeks urgent help from the members of Indian community in locating near and dear ones of Late Ms Kumadam Lalita Kumari so that her mortal remains are sent to India at the earliest. Shri A.K. Srivastava, Second Secretary (Community Welfare) may please be contacted in this matter on Mobile-97229914 For background, during the year 2014, a total of 559 Indians died in Kuwait, while mortal remains of 434 nationals were sent to India.

The facility of local burial was permitted after taking consent from the respective family members in 125 cases. Free transportation of mortal remains was provided in 29 destitute cases and the Embassy incurred KD 4,013 on airfreight and coffi n box etc from ICWF.



20 Feb, 2016 0 902
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