Indian High Commission in London confirms all help to repatriate bodies of three Keralites murdered in Kettering
Sunday 18 December 2022 1:16 PM UTC
By A Staff Reporter
LONDON Dec 18: The Indian High Commission in London has confirmed that it will offer all help and assistance to repatriate bodies of the three Keralites murdered in Kettering in Northampton.
This website has been informed by the High Commission in London that “once local authorities issue relevant documentation, the High Commission will issue certificates required for transporting mortal remains to India immediately. HCI has also assured all possible assistance to the family in this matter”.
The Ministry of External Affairs in India had intervened to speed up the proceedings in the case.
Minister of State for External Affairs, V Muraleedharan assessed the situation and directed the Indian High Commission to intervene.
The Union minister spoke with the family of Anju Ashok over phone. Muraleedharan assured the family of the central government’s full support.
Kettering Malayalee Welfare Association and UUKMA (Union of UK Malayalee Associations) are liaising with authorities in the UK and with the deceased Anju’s family in Kerala in regards to the repatriation process.