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Indian Embassy request people to provide valid contact while contacting Embassy

Saturday, September 26, 2020
Indian Embassy request people to provide  valid contact while contacting Embassy

The Indian Embassy in Kuwait requests people to include their complete contact details while contacting the Embassy for various purpose.

The Embassy has been regularly receiving a large number of email messages from the Indian community on various issues of interest and concern for them. While appreciating the community for sending such emails and letters, which are aimed to bring the issues of concern and interest to the Indian community, Embassy urges the public to include full contact details in all correspondence. The sender must include their full name as in their passports, passport numbers, Civil ID details and contact telephone numbers and address in all their correspondences with the Embassy.

This will help the Embassy to forward such emails to the concerned authorities in India and in the State of Kuwait as appropriate, Embassy informed.

People sending emails and letters on behalf of any group or associations may also share, as much as possible, the contact details and address of the persons on whose behalf such issues are raised. This would help the Mission to get in touch with those affected directly, Embassy said.

Indians who are applying for Indian Community Welfare Fund( ICWF) also must provide their correct contact numbers in the applications, in order for their applications to be processed expeditiously.

The Embassy stated that a three-member Committee of Officers in the Mission headed by Deputy Chief of Mission is reviewing all applications and it is found that many of them don't have proper contact details in the application and unable to contact the applicant.

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INDIAN
Sunday, September 27, 2020
Good initiative highly appreciative but need clarification and security from your end either after all this is a "Cyber Era" anything is possible????
what if the data theft happens from your end?
Is the data handling authorities and system is secured?
can you assure genuine grievance senders safety by maintaining high confidentiality?
what if the data provided used for personnel revenge taking activities or to favor people or political parities or communities?
Can you assure safety and security of the person who dare to expose misuse of power and position to get justice?
What if the data used to deport the person or to black list the person by providing your way of explanation without investigating the matter thoroughly for your or your favored peoples personal gains or ego satisfying activities?
it is very unfortunate people living so insecure even after knowing that you are there to protect????? don''t you think sir its the time to strengthen your powers to safeguard our safety and TRUST?

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