Covid-19: Karnataka govt should announce special package to Indian expats lost jobs in gulf

Source: UNI | Published on 17th May 2020, 3:18 PM | Coastal News | State News | Gulf News |

Mangaluru: Former Karnataka Minister and Congress Legislator U T Khader has asserted that the Karnataka government should announce a special package for Indian expats who have lost jobs in Gulf due to Covid-19 lock-down.

The former minister, while addressing a video conference with stranded Kannadigas in Saudi Arabia, added that he would urge the Karnataka Government headed by Chief Minister Yediyurappa to announce the special rehabilitation package for Indian expats who have lost their job in Gulf and have returned to India.

He was also of the opinion that Indian expats from Saudi Arabia remit huge sum of money to the home state but have always been neglected and fail to get any benefits.

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