KSCC UAE, Helps Repatriate body of Indian Expat

Abu Dhabi: Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club, (Entity registered with Community Development Authority, Govt of Dubai, UAE) with the assistance of the Indian Embassy, Abu Dhabi has managed to repatriate the body of Sheik Mohammed Saleem,57-year-old Indian, he was hailing from Hyderabad, India, who reportedly died due to cardiac arrest on 09/04/2016 in Al Ain. He was working as a Tailor and survived by his wife, children, and family.

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His relatives contacted the member of Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club, for help to repatriate the body to India. Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club positively responded to the humanitarian request and arranged the Authorization letter from deceased family and cleared all the documentation formalities for dispatching the body to India and shifted the body from Al Ain hospital to Abu Dhabi Central Hospital on 11/04/2016.

With the help of UAE government authorities, Indian Consulate, and the local sponsor it was possible to repatriate the body to India on 12/04/2016. Prior to dispatching the body, a funeral prayer was held in Sheikh Khalifa Hospital Abu Dhabi. Executive member of KSCC accompanied the transportation of mortal to his hometown Hyderabad, India.

The relatives, family members and the local Sponsor appreciated the Karnataka Sports & Cultural Club, for their efforts to dispatch the body to India within 2 days. Embassy Community affairs officers extended all the support to Karnataka Sports and Cultural Club members.

2 Comments

  1. Well done …may God bless you people ……

    but my humble request to all Indians and other expatriates …to allow burriel of the dead in the same place and as soon as possible

    Jai KSCC

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