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Kerala CM writes letter to PM Modi over Indians died in different countries
Kerala CM writes letter to PM Modi over Indians died in different countries

Kochi: The impact of the global epidemic coronavirus is visible not only in the country but in every country of the world. Meanwhile, many Indian citizens present in outside countries have also lost their lives due to this epidemic. But the Indians who are losing their lives due to reasons other than this epidemic, are facing problems in bringing their bodies to India. CM Pinarayi Vijayan of Kerala has written PM Narendra Modi letter on this issue.

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In his letter, CM Vijayan appealed and wrote that help should be brought to the dead bodies of Indians who are being killed in Gulf countries other than coronavirus. In the letter, Seasons Vijayan has written that in bringing back the bodies of Indians from Gulf countries, there is a need to take clearance from the Indian embassy, but the embassy is also talking about the approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Government of India had already said that no certificate is required to bring the dead body of those who have not died from Corona.

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CM Pinarayi Vijayan of Kerala has appealed that orders should be issued to the Indian embassies to bring the dead bodies of those who have not died due to Corona. A large number of people from Kerala go for employment in Gulf countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman.

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