PM Modi praises Indian diaspora in Gulf during Kerala visit

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi said India is proud of its diaspora in the Gulf region.

PM Modi assured the diaspora saying Indians working in the gulf should know they have the full support of our government. Pm Modi also mentined Vande Bharat Mission is on a visit to Kerala. the PM said it was an honour to serve them in such a sensitive time. He said, “I shared meals with them and interacted with them. Over 50 lakh Indians came back home under the Vande Bharat Mission. Many of them were from Kerala. It was our government’s honour to serve them in such a sensitive time,” 

During his visit to Kerala, PM dedicated to the nation a Rs 6,000 crore petrochemical complex of oil major Bharat Petroleum here and Ro-Ro vessels of Inland Waterways at Willingdon Islands saying these projects would energise India’s growth trajectory.

H also raised the issue of detention of Indians in Gulf saying the governments of various gulf nations have also kindly released various Indians prisoners, "I thank the governments of various gulf nations for their sensitive approach on this subject. Gulf kingdoms responded to my personal appeals and took special care and took care of our community."

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