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Energy Minister Shabbir Ali escorts expatriates in Gulf back home

167 expatriates returns back home


Energy Minister Mohd. Shabbir Ali escorted about 167 expatriates from Gulf countries back to the home state in a special Indian Airlines aircraft. The aircraft landed at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport at 5:30 AM. The expatriates also included several women. Most of the expatriates are from the district s of Karimnagar, Nizamabad, Medak, Adilabad, Nalgond and East Godavari districts.

Speaking at the Airport, the Minister said that there are many telugu-speaking people staying illegally in UAE after their passports have got expired. They could not return back to the state because of lack of money. He said that the State Government has spent about Rs. 1.30 crores to ensure their safe return. Two special aircrafts from Air India from Dubai and Sharjah are begin hired for the purpose.

Meanwhile, District Collectors are asked to co-ordinate with the APSRTC to arrange transportation facility from the Airport to their respective home towns.

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