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Oriental Insurance announces lucky draw winners of 1st Draw
January 25, 2015, 1:31 pm

Oriental Insurance Company Limited (OICL) announced three lucky winners of 1st draw for the ongoing promotion of Motor Own Damage Insurance policies. On 15 January 2015, in the presence of Ministry officials, the draw was conducted at their office in Sharq area. Mahmoud Hamadah A. Rashwan won 1st prize, Abdulrahman Abdulaziz A. Al Mulaifi won 2nd prize and Ridwan Abdulwahab Parkar won the 3rd prize. The winners received gift vouchers worth KD 1000, KD 500 and KD 250 respectively at the hands of their Agency Manager, Ravi Kumar Raizada. 

Oriental Insurance is a public sector Government of India undertaking and one of the largest general insurance companies in India. Through their Chief Agents in Kuwait, Bader Al Mulla and Brothers, they offer a wide range of insurance activities, including health, marine, fire, engineering, motor and miscellaneous insurance covers.

OICL, Kuwait had announced a special three month promotion valid from 15 December, 2014 to 15 March, 2015 for Retail Clients with discounted rates. On purchase of Motor Own Damage coverage from OICL, in addition to standard damage insurance coverage, clients can avail of following benefits:

  •  Entry into draw to win Diamond jewellery worth KD 1000, KD 500 and KD 250
  •  KD 35 purchase voucher from V-KOOL
  • 35% discount voucher from AUTO1 on Falken tires
  • 30% discount voucher from AUTO1 on batteries
  •  30% discount vouchers from AUTO1 on car spare parts & accessories
  •  Free personal accident cover for family up to KD 10,000 from Oriental.

The 2nd and 3rd draws will be held on 16 February and 15 March, 2015. Their office is located in 1st & 2nd Floor, Awadi Towers 1, Ahmed Al Jaber Street, Sharq, Kuwait. For more information contact Mr. Sikander on 22415823 Ext. 320/99919274 or email

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