KSCC Helps to Repatriate bodies of 3 Indians to Home Town

KSCC Helps to Repatriate bodies of 3 Indians to Home Town

UAE: Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club, Dubai extended its helping hands in repatriating 3 bodies of Indians who died in Dubai recently.

Waseem Mohammed

Waseem Mohammed, S/o Mehboob Basha, Aged 31 years from Davangere district, Karnataka, who was working in Dubai since 3 years, died on July 22, 2016, due to left basal ganglia hemorrhage. The body was repatriated on 23 July and the last rituals were performed on 24 July at his hometown.

Sasidharan Pillai Sasidharan Pillai, S/o Parameswaran Pillai, Aged 64 years from, Perumapally, Trivandrum, was working in Dubai for the last 20 years. He died on July 28, due to cardiac arrest. The body was repatriated on July 31, His funeral was held on August 1, in his hometown Trivandrum.

Christina RegoChristina Rego, Mother of Anthony and Maria Rego, Aged 89 year from Urwa Mangalore died on July 29. The body was repatriated on Agust 1.

Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club with the help of UAE Government Authorities, Indian Consulate of Dubai, staff members of airlines and family members of the deceased, managed to repatriate the bodies within a short time.

Office bearers and members of the KSCC express their deep condolences to the families of the deceased.

1 Comment

  1. Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club(KSCC) in the Gulf for the service of Indians without the barrier of cast, religion, region or colour. This makes the difference between Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club and others. Congratulations KSCC and deepest condolences for the families of deceased.

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