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The expatriates should emphasize on secure future: Syed Siraj Ahmed

Published On : 13 Jun 2018   |  Reported By : Yahya Abbas


Abu Dhabi: ‘The expatriates who spend most of their lives abroad must have a solid foundation for their future security. Its need of the hour for NRI’s to have knowledge about Tax compliance and comprehensive Health insurance cover in india’ said ADCB Bank's former VP Syed Siraj Ahmed.

He was addressing the gather at Grand Iftar Get-together at India Social and Cultural Centre (ISC), organized by AbuDhabi chapter of Sahebaan, a premier social group representing Urdu speaking Muslim community from the twin districts of Mangalore & Udupi.

He also highlighted the initiatives of sahebaan such as creation of help desks in Mangalore and udupi for the benefit of of returning NRI’s and those with india-centric plans & Education counselling and career.

The event began with the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran, by a Moulana from South Canara.

The event was well attended with distinguished guests from Karnataka NRI community from Dubai, Sharjah and other emirates and was fully jam packed. Sahebaan & Beary community’s prominent personalities were present at the event.

Team Sahebaan AbuDhabi, thanked the guests for gracing the occasion and all the members of the Abu Dhai chapter for their wholehearted support.







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