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Saudi family gives warm farewell to loyal, long-serving Indian worker

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In a gesture of respect and appreciation, a Saudi family held a farewell reception for their Indian male house help, who spent 35 years working for them in agriculture and as a waiter, serving coffee at the family highway rest house for motorists passing by the remote mountainous area between Hail and al-Jawf, north of Saudi Arabia.

Saudi family domestic helper 2 (Supplied)
Saudi family domestic helper 2 (Supplied)

Not only did the family gave a warm farewell to Mido Sheerian, the Indian loyal worker in the presence of all the family members, young and old. The family also gave him a large sum of money in cash, in addition to the promise of a regular pension for life.

Awad Khudair al-Remli al-Shemri, the Saudi sponsor from Hail region, told Al Arabiya English that Mido represented honesty, loyalty and generosity toward the needy and his continuous devotion for the family - young and old - made him a member of the family.

Saudi family domestic helper 1 (Supplied)
Saudi family domestic helper 1 (Supplied)

He added that: “What we have done for him stems from the morals of the Saudis” regardless of the others' nationalities or status.

Awad al-Shemri said that Mido who came to the kingdom in the early eighties, needed to rest now among his family back in India, as his health recently became very frail.

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