Indian man from Telangana dies in a collision on a bus in Kuwait

HYDERABAD: A 39-year-old Man Died In A Road Crash In Kuwait Involving The Bus That Was Driving On May 14. In The Setback Related To The Bus And A Truck In The Fourth Ring Road, Mohammed Farahzuddin Lost Life. Seven Others Were Injured When The Two Vehicles Collided.

Farahzuddin's Family In Krishnanagar Of Bommakal Village In Karimnagar Mandal And District Learned About The Accident And His Death Late Tuesday Night. He Had Gone To Kuwait For Five Years Ago And In Last Employment Was Working As A Driver For A City Bus. The Condition Of Some Who Were Injured In The Mishap Was Also Said To Be Critical As The Bus Collided Against A Container.

The Administration (NRI) Department, Government Of On Wednesday Wrote A Letter To The Indian Embassy In Kuwait To Help In Early Transportation Of The Mortal Remains Back To India. In The Letter Addressed To The Union External Affairs Ministry, The Chief Secretary Urged That The Family Be Assisted To Coordinate With The Local Administration, Police And The Bus Company For Which Farahzuddin Had Been Working.