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AASK conducts 6th general body meeting
December 5, 2017, 5:13 pm
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Aam Aadmi Society Kuwait (AASK) a 4 years old expatriate social and welfare organisation for expatriate Indians in Kuwait has successfully conducted its 6th general body meeting (3rd annual meeting) on 1 December at Abbassiya Poppins Hall. 

On the auspicious occasion, AASK inaugurated its legal clinic, a support project for NRIs in trouble due to various legal cases in Kuwait. 17 applications received as pleas to help. Many were found miserably wandering looking for a proper guidance to resolve their issues at cheaper or at an affordable cost.

AASK Convener proclaimed that each volunteer of AASK is willing to extend any free support and service for expatriates under the law of obedience. Yaser Vadakkan, Susan, Kanakalatha attended the legal enquiries and recorded the cases for future references.

'Vidhyashrayam': (Rahul Baby Education Support for Women Empowerment) ‘2018 for free educational support to 100 students was inaugurated by Saudi National and AASK well wisher Dr. Malek, MD, Testing & Engineering Solutions Kuwait by extending a helping hand to support teaching 20 students.

25 other sponsors also promised to support 50 more students for the same initiative. Vidhyashrayam (Rahul Baby Education Support for Women Empowerment) Initiated by AASK in 2016 in memory of AAP NRI VOLUNTEER LATE Rahul Baby (who passed away in Saudi Arabia on a road accident in 2016) for supporting financially backward students/girls of NRI widows or back in India has successfully supported 50 students in 2016, 67 students in 2017.

Attended by various social activist and associations leaders, AASK also distributed the novel written 'Coffee- Kappi' written by the prominent expatriate writer Dharmaraj Madappally. AASK Convener Mubarack Kambrath addressed the crowd as chairperson on the meeting which was welcomed by AASK Joint Secretary Aju Markose. Manoj Kuryan , President of Malappuram Association Kuwait inaugurated the function.

A copy of the novel Kappi (Coffee) was handed over to Mr. Saleem, Nanma President by Vice President of Future Eye Theaters Drama Group. Santhosh Chungath introduced the book Kappi to attendees and Ms. Sheeba explained the talented writing skills an literature extreme concept of Mr. Dharmaraj as a writer.

AASK Convener expressed his gratitude and thankfulness towards AASK members and well-wishers in society guiding and supporting AASK to fulfil its moral causes and challenges. Anil Anad, the joint convener coordinated the whole event and said that AASK is always there to help the needy on education, health and other social needs regardless of caste, creed, religion or region.

Sebastian Vathukadar, Shimesh, Dr. Malek, Dharmaraj and Saleem expressed their views on AASK activities and extended the coordination in future. Seby Sebastian in his vote of thanks requested people to be eager and enthusiastic about helping the weaker parts of society.

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