184 Kannadigas stranded in UAE land at Mangalore International Airport

Source: DHNS | Published on 22nd July 2020, 1:31 PM | Coastal News | Gulf News |

Mangaluru: As many as 184 stranded persons from UAE landed at Mangalore International Airport on Tuesday.

The chartered flight was arranged by the UAE Karnataka Cultural Foundation and Beary Cultural Foundation for those Kannadigas who had remained stranded following the lockdown and also those who had lost their employment.

A team of officials with Puttur Assistant Commissioner Yathish Ullal and Horticulture department Assistant Director Praveen who are in charge of quarantine facilities for international passengers verified the documents and sent them to institutional quarantine.

Of the 184 passengers, 141 had remained quarantined in Mangaluru while 42 left for Udupi and one to Honnavara in Uttara Kannada, said sources.

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