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Pensions for Indian workers in UAE
Plan gains relevance as survey shows most of Indian workers don’t save money
This is an a good news to my all Indian Brothers and Sisters,please provide the poper guidlines and allocation of offices for this services so that it can be utilised by all Indians. I hope it will give more benifits for all the classes who are earning since long time and there is no savings. This is a good scheme where each and everyone can have some good amount of saving at the time of our retirement.
Mohammed Parvez, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
i urge indian official to launch these kind of schemes in saudi arabia also becoz here lot of indian community they are expecting some good schemes...
M SAYEED, JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia
This scheme is very good, from last 2 years I was thinking how to save money, after some time I will go back to my home country & I am almost 38 years, I do not have source of income, Sure I will join this.
Ali, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Its government scheme or private scheme?
anwar, dubai, United Arab Emirates
please let us know the contact office number or location to enroll my self and my co workers.
SV.Subby Reddy, dubai, India
This scheme is only for blue colour job below 10 class as i have enquired one of the branch in karama.
SAJU, DUBAI, United Arab Emirates
I AM FEELING GOOD THAT WE HAVE OPPURTUNITY TO SAVE MONEY IN FUTURE WITH HASSLE FREE ITS GOOD FOR PEOPLE WHO RESIDENTS IN UAE.
RIYAZSHAIK, DUBAI, India
This wonderful and Useful plan for all the INDIAN Expatriate in UAE. It will save most of the indian family. please organize proper way to help for indian bright future life. Thanks !
Mohamed Rafiq.S, Dubai, India
Please some body provide more information about this like -what is the condition of eligibility / contact center detail....etc.
Amarnath, dubai, United Arab Emirates
To the scheme popular, Indian Embassy or concerned authorities should explain how the scheme works and what are benefits from the newly launched scheme with complete details of gain and pains about the scheme.
Satyanarayana, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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