Four nurses from Tamil Nadu safe in Baghdad: Family

Last Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 21:09

Udhgamandalam: Amidst concern over the safety of Indian nurses in strife-torn areas of Iraq, four nurses from Dharmagiri near here have communicated to their families that they are safe in a hospital in Baghdad.

Namitha Mathews had called her family over phone around 9.30 PM yesterday and said she and three others from the village -- Cini Wilson, Sily Bose and Neelu Thomas, were safe in the hospital where they were working, her father Mathews told reporters.

They had been asked not to venture out and stay put in the hospital itself, he said.
However, the family of two other nurses from Salivayal near Dharmagiri, about 75 KMs from here, was waiting for their calls, according to Sai Dhanya, sister of one of the nurses. PTI COR NVM VSFour nurses from TN safe in Baghdad: Family
Udhgamandalam (TN), Jun 17 (PTI) Amidst concern over the safety of Indian nurses in strife-torn areas of Iraq, four nurses from Dharmagiri near here have communicated to their families that they are safe in a hospital in Baghdad.

Namitha Mathews had called her family over phone around 9.30 PM yesterday and said she and three others from the village -- Cini Wilson, Sily Bose and Neelu Thomas, were safe in the hospital where they were working, her father Mathews told reporters.
They had been asked not to venture out and stay put in the hospital itself, he said.

However, the family of two other nurses from Salivayal near Dharmagiri, about 75 KMs from here, was waiting for their calls, according to Sai Dhanya, sister of one of the nurses.

PTI

First Published: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 - 21:09

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