Karnataka: 160 Kannadigas stranded in Kuwait arrive at MIA

Source: UNI | Published on 18th June 2020, 1:05 PM | Coastal News | State News | Gulf News |

Mangaluru: The first chartered flight repatriating Indians stranded at Kuwait since months landed at the international airport here.

The Jazeera Airways flight privately booked by the Keralites and coastal Kannadigas living in the Arab country had left sometime in the afternoon with 160 passengers on board.

The flight also carried the mortal remains of Sathish Kochu Shetty (45), who died in a fire tragedy at a refinery in Kuwait on June 14.

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