Taking to X, the Indian Embassy in Kuwait shared details about the release of 34 Indian nurseswherein they said, “Embassy is pleased to inform that the 34 Indian nurses/medical staff detained by authorities on 12 September have been released today based on Embassy’s intervention with all the concerned authorities in Kuwait. Hon’ble MoS Shri V Muraleedharan was personally monitoring the case.”
The embassy further added in a post, “Embassy is committed to render all possible assistance to Indian nationals in Kuwait for their welfare and safety.”
The Minister of State for External Affairs, V Muraleedharan who was personally monitoring the case also posted about the development and reaffirmed the Indian government’s commitment for the security and wellbeing of Indians in abroad.
He said, “Appreciate @indembkwt for their consistent efforts in securing the release of nurses / medical staff. The government leaves no stone unturned when it comes to safety and wellbeing of Indians abroad. Indians abroad can feel safe today under leadership of PM Shri @narendramodi ji.”