Sushma seeks report on three Indian workers' death in UAE

Following reports of the three Indians being suffocated to death in diesel tanks in UAE, Indian Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has sought a report from Indian embassy of UAE.

Sushma tweeted,“@cgidubai has informed me about the unfortunate death of three Indian nationals Kishan Singh, Mohan Singh and Ujendra Singh all employees of Al-Ameer Used Oil Trading in a diesel tank in Sharjah. It appears the cause of death is suffocation.” Sushma Swaraj tweeted.

Sushma Swaraj
Indian Foreign Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj. Photo courtesy: telegumirchi.com

She further added,“I have asked our mission to follow up investigation by the Police.”

A prominent paper of UAE reported,"Sharjah Police are investigating the death of three Indians whose bodies were found in diesel tanks in Al Saja'a area in Sharjah. After receiving an alert, police dispatched their team, an ambulance and forensic experts."

"The bodies were removed and transferred to the forensic laboratory for an autopsy to determine the cause of the death," the report said.

"The police launched an investigation to rule out criminal acts behind their death," it added.

Offering her condolences to the bereaved families, Sushma Swaraj said,"Our mission will provide them with all help and assistance."

 

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