Chandran Kochokanjan, who had been estranged from his family for many years, was traced 2 months ago
Jobs in Bahrain for Indian graduates country of Bahrain for 15 years returned to his country.
According to the News of Bahrain, a missing father from India who was found in Muharraq by a group of social workers with the support of the Indian Embassy 2 months ago has left for his home as the man named Chandran Kuchokanjan has left his family.
He had expressed a desire to be reunited with individuals in his home country, which he told social workers, but it is still unclear why he remained estranged from his family members for so long.
It is reported that social workers’ search for the man began after the Daily Tribune reported a request from a 22-year-old Indian woman for help in tracing her father. who came to Bahrain 15 years ago and has never returned home since.
Anju Chandran, 22, from Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the southern Indian state of Kerala, said that her father left the family when she was 6 years old. Since then, the family has been struggling since he went missing in Bahrain, during which he posted a plea on social media platforms asking for help from community members to locate his father.
Anju’s mother Rani said there was no quarrel between husband and wife or any other family member, we have no idea why she left the family, now the children are grown up and they need her help. Yes, Anju is a final year nursing graduation student, she also has a brother.
It is learned that Sudhir Thirunelath of the World NRI Council thanked the Devji Group for providing Mr Chandran with an air ticket, an outpass issued by the Indian Embassy and other travel arrangements for the repatriation of the Indian citizen. The requirements were met by the World NRI Council.