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The Left government should continue to comfort the expatriates and their families – expatriate organizations

The Left government should continue to comfort the expatriates and their families – expatriate organizations

Middle east
Abu Dhabi: Expatriate organizations in Abu Dhabi have said in a joint statement that the Left government, which has been a source of comfort to expatriates in times of crisis, needs expatriates and their families to depend on them.When the expatriates were in crisis after the lockdown was announced in India and abroad following Kovid, Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan's comforting words, "You don't have to worry about the family. We can take care of them and take care of your health."When the propaganda that Kovid was being spread by expatriates was widespread, the Chief Minister gave the courage to the expatriates to resist the propaganda by saying, "The more Keralites we are, the more Keralites are expatriates." The government has given Rs 5,000 each to expatriates who...
Bahraini Left Alliance commends RTPCR free visa for expatriates

Bahraini Left Alliance commends RTPCR free visa for expatriates

Middle east
Manama> Kerala is one of the first left-wing groups in Bahrain to welcome the state government's move to make RTPCR inspections free for expatriates at airports in Kerala. All the expatriates are happily embracing this justice shown by the state government against the cruelty of the Central Government in announcing that the expatriates should be tested on their own. The Pinarayi government has caught up with the expatriates who are in crisis and in difficulty. The LDF government is a government that has always worked with the expatriates to find solutions to their problems. Through the Kerala Pravasi Kshemanidi Board, about 150 free ambulance services have been made available to Bahraini expatriates only. About 120 Bahraini expatriates have received NORKA Swantvanam...
Welcoming the LDF government’s move to make Kovid checks free for expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Welcoming the LDF government’s move to make Kovid checks free for expatriates: Bahrain Talent

Middle east
Manama> Bahrain Pratibha welcomes Kerala government's move to make RT-PCR Kovid test free for expatriates at Kerala airport Pratibha said in a statement that the Pinarayi government has once again shown its commitment to the expatriate community by holding the expatriates close to its chest during the crisis. Since last Tuesday, Kovid has made it mandatory for expatriates returning to India to check in at the airport within 72 hours of departure. This placed a heavy financial burden on ordinary expats. The Central Government has outsourced the Kovid inspection of airports across India to private agencies. According to this, the charge is levied by the private agencies in the respective states. However, following the intervention of the Kerala High Court on February ...
Care and Respect for Expatriates in the Budget: Kairali Oman

Care and Respect for Expatriates in the Budget: Kairali Oman

Middle east
Muscat: Kairali Oman said in a statement that the LDF government led by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has given due respect and recognition to the expat community by announcing a comprehensive relief package for expatriates in the budget. The Minister of Finance, Dr. K.S. Budget presented by Thomas Isaac. The welfare pension has been increased to Rs 3,500 for those in the Gulf and Rs 3,000 for those returning home. Expatriate Welfare Fund will be developed. An amount of `100 crore has been set apart for the Pravasi Samagrahashva scheme. A list of expatriates returning to the scheme will be prepared. Plan for skill training for them. The budget also announces plans to provide assistance to those who want to go abroad again. The budget gives great consideration to expatriate re...
Budget that gives expats confidence: Culture

Budget that gives expats confidence: Culture

Middle east
Doha: Qatar Culture has hailed the state budget for announcing a number of projects for the welfare of expatriates. The Pravasi Kshemanidi pension has been increased by Rs 3,500 for expatriates and Rs 3,000 for returning expatriates. An amount of `100 crore has been set apart for expatriate relief schemes. Therefore, the confidence and comfort that this budget gives to the expatriates is immense. The projects envisioned are unparalleled for the general development of the state. This budget aims to give a clear direction to the future development of Kerala. "The LDF government has been able to ensure the welfare of all sections of the society along with the expatriates through the budget," Sanskriti said in a press release. . Source link
Expatriate Budget: Bahrain Talent

Expatriate Budget: Bahrain Talent

Middle east
Manama: Bahrain Pratibha has welcomed the state budget, which has announced a number of welfare measures for expatriates, including a significant increase in expatriate pensions. Pratibha pointed out that this shows the care and love of the LDF government towards the expatriates. Finance Minister Dr. In the budget presented by Thomas Isaac, the welfare pension was increased to Rs 3,500 for expatriates and Rs 3,000 for returnees. An amount of `9 crore has been sanctioned to the Pravasi Welfare Fund for this. The Finance Minister announced that all expatriates would be made part of the Welfare Fund. The Integrated Expatriate Employment Scheme for Expatriates who lose their jobs has been announced in the budget. A list of expatriates returning to the scheme will be prepare...
State budget for expatriates; Welcome to the Gulf Expatriate Community

State budget for expatriates; Welcome to the Gulf Expatriate Community

Middle east
Manama> The Pravasi community warmly welcomes the state budget which announced the Pravasi Samaswasa scheme and increased the pension to Rs 3,500. Finance Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh has increased the amount for expatriate rehabilitation projects. The announcement of Thomas Isaac was received with joy by the expatriate community. Today, the Gulf diaspora is in the midst of the uncertainty and crisis created by the recession and the Kovid epidemic. Many lost their jobs and returned. Hundreds of people lost their visas due to the flight ban. Many small businesses are in crisis. In this situation, the state budget is a beacon of hope for the expatriate community. Various expatriate organizations have termed the state budget as an expression of the care, respect and commitment ...