Indian In Kuwait Fired For Malicious Posts On Social Media
An Indian Civil engineer was fired by an Multinational Corporation (MNC) in Kuwait after putting a malicious post on social media.
The Individual was fired for posting offensive comments against Muslims and the Tablighi Jamaat congregation on social media.
He has been asked to leave the country as soon as the airlines start operations.
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The individual from Mangalore had been working in an Multinational Corporation (MNC) in Kuwait for over 20 years.
Recently a number of Indians working in Kuwait were fired for alleged malicious posts against Muslims and the Tablighi Jamaat congregation reported The Times Of India.
Another Indian who shared a cartoon of the congregation was also fired. He was working as a hotel supervisor.
Both have been asked to leave the country after the airlines start operating.
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In another incident, a woman is likely to lose her job after an old anti-Islam post on Facebook resurfaced.
An apologetic voice message of the woman went viral on social media after the incident.