Global Kerala Pravasi Welfare Association conducted a Pravasi Survey on Indian passport colour change proposal

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Global Kerala Pravasi Welfare Association conducted a Pravasi Survey on Indian passport colour change proposal

Posted on : January 20, 2018, 2:13 pm

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The Global Kerala Pravasi Welfare Association,a prominent non-political, non communal global society for expatriate keralates across the globe conducted opinion survey about the new proposal given to govt of India for producing passports with different color for expatriates on Emigration Clearance Standards based on the recommendations made available to the Central Government. Survey was conducted on January 16-17-18 using the google survey form online. It is noteworthy that 80% of the expatriates also took an oath to the suggestions made in front of the Foreign Department in an overwhelming survey by thousands of expatriates online against diversifying educational and ethnic. The organization which has 42,000 members in nine foreign states and 14 districts in the state of Kerala  and former expatriates has been able to encourage their members on giving general comments to the survey by members of the organization, making it a success. The survey has been successfully followed by members of 460 whatsapp groups and other social media platforms. On the basis of a clear understanding of survey results, Core Admin Chairman of Global KPWA, Mr. Mubarack Kambrath  from Kuwait stated that  the central government of India must consider the significant concerns and worries of Indians on such official discrimination  related to this topic that affects expatriates globally and  on the proposal that has been be submitted to Indian Foreign affairs. The Global Core Secretary Mr. Jose Noel from Dubai and Kerala State President of the Society, Mr. Hashim Mundon said that its is the responsibility of KPWA and expatriates collectively to inform the authorities to rethink on such sensitive subjects which may bring up demerits for blue colour job seekers and lower scale earning expatriates on long term range .


Asked whether the passport of the passage of the basic education qualifies as two types of separation, the question of 92% does not agree and that 95% of the overseas citizens voted that  two color passport in the future to experience mental and social stratification for common man. When asked whether it is good avoid the name of the spouse or the name of the spouse, the 88% said that it was not good and that the loss of the address would be non-beneficial in the way they lose passport. 56% of the participants currently have ECNR in passports, 13% do not have emigration clearance, and 31% doesn't know what ECNR or ECR stands for. The officials of the organization said that govt of India must facilitate situations  to be proud of living abroad as an Indian citizen and to be ready to understand the emotions of the expatriates and maintain their citizenship in a proud way without the obvious economic distinctions based on education or economical status.


Districts wise attendees were from Kozhikode (4%), Kollam (5%), Kottayam (5%), Malappuram District Palakkad (10%), Pathanamthitta (3%), Thiruvananthapuram (5%), Thrissur (12%), Wayanad (5%) and 12 % Ex Expatriate Malayalees surveyed.


Internationally the attendees were from Kuwait (17%), Qatar (9%), Oman (4%), Bahrain (5%), I3% expatriates from  Maldives, Malaysia France, Brazil, Thailand,  altogether.


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