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Kuwait Releases Detained Indian Nurses and Medical Staff

In a positive turn of events, Kuwait authorities have released 34 Indian nurses and medical staff who were detained on September 12, according to a statement from the Indian Embassy in Kuwait.

The Indian nationals were initially detained for alleged issues pertaining to their documentation. However, following concerted efforts and interventions by the Indian Embassy with relevant authorities in Kuwait, the detained individuals have been successfully released.

The Embassy expressed its satisfaction over the resolution, stating, “Embassy is pleased to inform that the 34 Indian nurses/medical staff detained by authorities on 12 September have been released today based on Embassy’s intervention with all the concerned authorities in Kuwait. Hon’ble MoS Shri V Muraleedharan was personally monitoring the case.”

Furthermore, the Embassy reiterated its commitment to providing comprehensive assistance to Indian nationals in Kuwait, ensuring their welfare and safety.

Minister of State for External Affairs, V Muraleedharan, who actively oversaw the case’s progress, also acknowledged the efforts made in securing the release. He emphasized the Indian government’s unwavering dedication to the safety and wellbeing of its citizens abroad, stating, “Appreciate @indembkwt for their consistent efforts in securing the release of nurses / medical staff. The government leaves no stone unturned when it comes to safety and wellbeing of Indians abroad. Indians abroad can feel safe today under the leadership of PM Shri @narendramodi ji.”

This successful intervention highlights the Indian government’s commitment to ensuring the security and protection of its citizens overseas.

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