Muhammed Mustafa Elected President of ISF Kuwait

Muhammed Mustafa Elected President of ISF Kuwait

Kuwait: The Indian Social Forum (ISF) Kuwait, a socio-cultural organization of Indians in Kuwait has elected its new leaders for the term 2018 to 2021. New central committee members and office bearers were elected during its general body meeting held recently.
Representatives from all state committees and central committee members were present during the meeting. Tayif Ahmed (General Secretary) thanked preceding executive committee members and office bearers for their support and contribution. He also submitted the working report which was approved by the general body.
Newly elected executive committee members and office bearers for the term 2018-2021 includes:
Muhammed Mustafa, President
Sirajuddeen, General Secretary
Thayif Ahmed, Vice President
K.A. Hassan Ali, Secretary
Ashraf Kalathode, Convener, Welfare Activities
Fayaz Hasan, Media Convener
Sakkariya M, Member
Safeer Abdul Vahid, Member
A.Shakeel Ahamed, Member
Kifayathullah, Member
Muhammed Rafeek, Member
Mohammed Ashfaq, Member
During the meeting, ISF’s contribution and accomplishments in social work were highlighted including the recent amnesty helpline service provided by ISF. The general body congratulated the Kuwait government for its humanitarian approach to the expatriate community by offering an amnesty period. It also appreciated the great work done by the Indian embassy during the amnesty period which helped thousands of Indians to repatriate to their homeland.

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