29 Indian workers died in Kuwait

January 3, 20180 Comments

Many Indians workers are dying in Kuwait. Suicides, heart attacks, illness, accident at work site or traffic accidents are the causes of deaths.

29 people died in December 2017 itself, according to figures available with the Indian Embassy in Kuwait. The Indian Embassy in Kuwait helps in transporting the bodies to India. Or if the victim’s families chose, the bodies are buried locally.

An analysis of the deaths showed that 14 people died due to heart attacks, two committed suicide, seven because of sickness, one at a work-site accident, one was a natural death, one died in a traffic accident, one died falling from a height and two died in road accidents.

A 24-year-old worker Manikanta Sabbithi of Hyderabad committed suicide on December 6, 2017 and the body was transported to India. Another, 39-year-old worker from the city, Srinivas Rao Kokka died of a heart attack on December 11.

A woman worker, Damayanthi Gorrela from the city who was 41 years old, suffered a heart attack and died. A 24-year-old worker Kishore Nagendra, also of the city committed suicide on November 23. All the bodies were transported to India.

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