Muscat Victim's Wife Petitions Collector For Job, Compensation

The wife of one of the victims Muscat road accident, petitioned the Vellore district collector, to transport her husband’s body back .

Published: 21st July 2015 07:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 21st July 2015 07:32 AM   |  A+A-

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VELLORE:The wife of one of the victims who died in a road accident in Muscat, Oman, has petitioned the Vellore district collector, R Nanthagopal to transport her husband’s body back to Vellore.

A young engineering graduate, whose husband, Suresh, who died in a road accident along with five other Indians, including three Velloreans, has also requested she be given a job and compensation from the State government at the Monday grievance day meeting.

S Shobana (26), wife of Suresh, said, “We request the State and Central governments to bring my husband’s body to Vellore from Oman. I have a daughter, Janisha (3), who I am responsible for. I request the State government to arrange a job for me, keeping in mind my qualification.”

Suresh had gone to Muscat to work as a lab technician at the Royal Hospital under the Ministry of Health in Oman in 2009.

Three people from Vellore — Stephen Joseph (44) of Bagayam, M Divakar (24) of Palur and A Suresh (34) of Karai in Ranipet — died after the car they were travelling in was involved in a head-on collision with a tourist bus near Haima between Salalah and Muscat. The accident happened around 5.30 am (7 am IST) on Saturday.

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