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     IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao

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     IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao

    Hyderabad: IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao on Monday requested the United Arab Emirates (UAE) government to waiver the five NRIs from Rajanna Sircilla territory who were lodged in Dubai imprison.

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    Handing over the call for missive to the Ambassador of UAE to India AbdulnasserAlshaali at Pragathi Bhavan on Monday, KTR said that ShivarathriMallesh, Shivarathri Ravi, NampelliVenkati, Dandugula Laxman and ShivarathriHanmanthu were lodged in Dubai Prison in shifting from one transportation to another with the expiry display case of a Nepali named Dil Prasad Rai in 2005.

    In the missive, he mentioned that he had personally visited Nepal in 2013 to assemble the kinfolk members of the deceased and reminded that Dil Prasad’s kinfolk accepted and received Rs 15 lakhs as ”s payment’ as per Sharia Law “Diyyah” (also referred as ‘ currency’). The documents were submitted by the deceased’s kinfolk to the Dubai government in 2013.

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    Rao pointed out that he personally took it to the advance notification of the Embassy of India, Embassy of UAE several times. However, the UAE Court rejected their leniency petition and said that the only path belonging to the political or intellectual left for the five Indian labourers to be released was through the blessing of their leniency petition by the Prime Minister of UAE, Sheik Mohammed container Rashid AI Maktoum.

    The government minister requested the Ambassador to enquire into facts of the display case, its status and select it to the advance notification of the PM of the UAE to O.K. the leniency petition of the five Indian labourers for their waiver from Aweer Jail, Dubai and also to acquire them repatriated at the earliest from Dubai to India.

    During the encounter, AbdulnasserAlshaali praised the development of Telangana and said that the basic features of a system built here to vie with cities would shift the face up to of Hyderabad. The Startup ecosystem in Hyderabad, strengths of the IT and its allied sectors in the metropolis were discussed during the encounter. The government minister presented the investment funds opportunities, Telangana government’s policies to the UAE Ambassador.

    He said that risky commercial undertaking capitalists from America, France have got joined hands with the startup ecosystem in Hyderabad and requested AbdulnasserAlshaali to inaugurate T-Hub to the risky commercial undertaking capitalists in the UAE.

    The UAE ambassador who responded positively assured that he would try out to install a shifting from one transportation to another between the risky commercial undertaking capitalists from his country and T-Hub.

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