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Indian goes missing - Hunt proves elusive

KUWAIT CITY, Aug 3: Mystery surrounds the disappearance of Indian citizen identified as Agnelo Pedro Borges, who according to his roommates was last seen on the evening of June 21, 2014.

The 46-year-old Borges hails from Goa, Nuvem, and reportedly has a history of illness and was partially mentally unstable. Borges came to Kuwait in 1991 and worked as maintenance works supervisor for a well-known Kuwaiti family before joining a private firm in 1998 in downtown Kuwait City which of late terminated the services of most of the employees due to downturn in business.

The friends say after he lost the job, he became sick and was admitted to the Mubarak Al-Kabir Hospital for treatment of diabetes. Following his discharge from hospital, he left for Goa and returned after a month and began looking for work. Before he went missing he had spoken to friends about a job offer somewhere ‘far away’ but did not mention the name of the company or the place of work.

Friends have been desperately searching for him and records show he has neither left the country nor he is in police custody. He is carrying only his passport and has no Civil ID. His residence permit expires on Nov 20, 2014. He speaks English, Hindi and Konkani and has fair knowledge of spoken Arabic.


By: Paul Francis X. Fernandes Arab Times Staff

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