Rescued Indians from Libya will return home in two days: PM Modi
Twenty-nine Indians, including six families from Kerala, rescued after being stranded in strife-torn Libya, will return home in two days, PM Modi said.
Kochi: Twenty-nine Indians, including six families from Kerala, rescued after being stranded in strife-torn Libya, will return home in two days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday.
"I have some good news for you. Six families from Kerala and three Tamil Nadu residents, who were stranded in Libya, will return home safely tomorrow or day after. In total 29 persons have been rescued," he told a BJP election meeting in nearby Tripunithura.
The BJP-led NDA government has been 'very proactive' whenever Indian nationals are in distress, he said referring to the rescue of nurses in libya and of Fr Prem from the clutches of the Taliban in Afghanistan.
The government had also succeeded in getting commuted the death sentence of five Tamil Nadu fishermen languishing in Sri Lankan prison.
"They have been saved and they are happily living with their families," he said, adding they met him during his election rally on Wednesday in Tamil Nadu.
Kerlala health minister Veena George urged people to be vigilant as the number of those testing positive for Zika virus has increased in the state
The Department of Higher Secondary Education (DHSE), Kerala has shared that the SSLC Class 10 results will be declared tomorrow, 14 July at 2 pm
This year, the state has recorded a marginal increase of 0.65 percent from the last year's pass percentage which was 98.82 percent