NEW DELHI: An Indian national named Vijay who has been stuck at a border near war zone Yemen made an appeal to be rescued, saying he is living in dangerous conditions.
Vijay, who is at Al Tiwala, some 60 km away from Jizan in Saudi Arabia, has reportedly made an appeal to be rescued.
“This place is being bombed every day. I want to be rescued from here,” Vijay told TOI in his voice message.
Vijay, who is from Tanuku, West Godavari in Andhra Pradesh, was sent to Saudi Arabia by an agent from Palakollu in West Godavari to work in a hospital in a voice message reported the dangerous conditions he was living in.
Responding to media reports, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday extended help to rescue Vijay.
“We will do our best to rescue him,” Swaraj tweeted.
With PTI inputs