Ground Report | News Desk
The impact of the coronavirus epidemic is visible not only in the country but in every country of the world.
Meanwhile, many Indian citizens present in outside countries have also lost their lives due to this epidemic. But there are problems in bringing the bodies of Indians who are losing their lives due to any reason other than this epidemic. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has written a letter on this issue to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
In his letter, he has appealed to write that in Gulf countries, help in bringing the dead bodies of Indians who are dying due to corona virus other than the cause.
In the letter, the Chief Minister wrote that there is a need to take clearance from the Indian Embassy to bring back the bodies of Indians from Gulf countries, but the Embassy is also talking about an approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs. At the same time, the Government of India had already said that no certificate is required to bring the dead body of those who have not died from Corona.
The Chief Minister of Kerala has appealed that orders should be issued to the Indian embassies to bring the dead bodies of those who have not died due to Corona. Let us know that a large number of people from Kerala go for employment in countries like Saudi Arabia, UAE, Oman.
Significantly, since the crisis of coronavirus has come into the world, which has stopped where it was. Many people of India were trapped in different countries, the Ministry of External Affairs has worked continuously to bring them back.