Dubai, the city, with thousands of Indians working at different levels and filled with migrant workers from south India, has once again reflected kindness as a hospital waived off Rs. 3.4 crore from a Telangana workers treatment bills and arranged a high priority air ambulance directly from RGIA to the Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences.
The Gulf Workers Protection Committee(GWPC), Gundella Narsimha, expressed his gratitude and explained how the hospital took help from the Consulate General of India(CGI) and waved the 3.4 crore bill, and spent an additional amount of Rs. 4.5 Lakh for the airlifting of the patient from Mediclinic Hospital, Dubai to the airport and from RGIA to NIMS, Panjagutta.
The Consulate General also tweeted his appreciation for the Dubai hospital for helping Ganga RK, who has been undergoing treatment since December 2020 and is now in NIMS. The CGI also conveyed that they would continue extending their help to the patient.
Ganga Reddy, who hails from Jagital, Telangana, was working as a laborer at a company in Dubai and suddenly fell ill on December 25, 2020, and was declared to have suffered a paralytic stroke and slipped into a coma until mid-June and has now begun to respond and is brought to the city.