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 Home » News » UAE - Friday 07 Jul 2006

Man’s body flown home

Hidayathullah, YaHind News, Dubai

The body of a Dubai based Indian, who was killed after being caught in crossfire between two gangs in Nigeria last Saturday, will be flown to Mumbai this week.

Sales executive Nirmal Narang was with colleagues in in lagos just hours before he was scheduled to board a flight to Dubai when he was shot in the head. He died instantly, a relative told from Mumbai.

His wife Barkha and daughter Komal, who live in Karama, have already returned to Mumbai. Narang had been working for a Dubai based auto parts company for over six years, and was seconded to Nigeria 18 months ago, just after his family reached Dubai. Relatives told that Nirmal was not happy working in Nigeria and had worried about safety there. He was feeling really sad when he was asked to leave to Nigeria and used to visit Dubai once every six months. He was well aware of the dangers of working in Nigeria, said a member of his family.  



 
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