Stranded Indians finally accepted under amnesty
KUWAIT: The plight of around 80 Indians living on the streets for nearly two weeks in Farwaniya after failing to register for the government amnesty finally ended on Monday, after they were accepted under the amnesty and taken to a shelter for repatriation back home. A volunteer working with a charity group that distributes meals to needy people had posted about their suffering on social media. Kuwait Times had also contacted the interior ministry to take action in this regard, while another Indian group also tried to help.
Their reasons for not registering for the amnesty were varied - some didn’t have passports, others didn’t meet the condition of expired visas before March 1, 2020, some had debts to
KUWAIT: Indians who were living on the streets are moved to a shelter in Abdaly on Monday.