“PRESS RELEASE” ఏప్రిల్ 29, 2008Posted by Telangana Media in Telangana Articles.
Mr. , Honr’ble and Mr. E. Ahmed, Mininster of State External Affairs, Govt. of visited to last week. Utilizing with this opportunity a delegation of “Tanzeem Hum Hindustani” including Mohammed Quaiser, President THH, Imtiaz Ahsan, Secretary THH and Mirza Azmathullah Baig, Joint Secreatry, THH met the Honorable Ministers separatly and handed over a memorandum to them at Indian Emabssy and Palace Hotel respectively and diverted their attention towards a number of issues facing by the NRIS’ including a demand to open a consulate office in Eastern Region of .
Mohammed Quaiser briefed to Ministers about the increase in thefts, loots and snaching incidents in various cities specially in . Indian citizens are becoming soft targets for calprits, emphasized that to take this matter up to the hingher authorities so as to save Indians by such incidents.
Tanzeem Hum Hindustani also representded to do necessary arrangements for the certificate attestation by Foreign Affairs Ministery here itself after the varification of Indian Embassy in KSA. Presently certificates has to be send to the Saudi Embassy in or in Saudi Consulate in Bombay and it is time consuming and also hectic for the needy people to visit these places or to wait for a long time for attestation.
Hum Hindustani also demanded to open consulate in Dammam as 30% of 1.6 Million Indians are working in Eastern Region and facing a number of difficulties in settling their embassy related issues. A sizeable portion of NRIS are labours and it is a burden on them to come to 500 KM away.
Hum Hindustani has pointedout to do necessary arragnements that NRIS should exercise their fundamental right of voting to choose the Governments.
It is also said in the memorandum that Govt. of should take necessary steps for the education of NRIS’ children and further in case of repatriation. Govt. should introduce solid schemes for their employment and rehabiliation. Quaiser said NRIS are the major source of foreign exchange and instrumental in generating countrys revenue.
“Tanzeem Hum Hindustani” also demanded to the ministers to constitute a group containing public representatives, officials of external affairs & overseas ministry to study the problems of NRIS of Gulf in depth for working out the solutions.