Controversial Britain-born Indian singer Adnan Sami who was in Kuwait for a live performance has tweeted about an alleged incident of mistreatment by immigration officials in Kuwait.
Adnan Sami claimed that his staff members were mistreated and called “Indian dogs” by immigration officials at an airport in Kuwait. The singer also tagged India’s Home Minister Rajnath Singh and Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj.
@indembkwt We came 2 ur city wt luv & our Indian brethren embraced us with it. U gave no support. Kuwaiti airport immigration mistreated my staff 4 no reason & called thm ‘Indian Dogs’! Wn u wr contacted u did nothing!! How dare d Kuwaitis behave like this with arrogance?! pic.twitter.com/9OPfuPiTW1— Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) May 6, 2018
Responding to Adnan’s tweet, Foreign Minister asked the singer to contact her on phone, an Indian Express report said.
Sami later tweeted: “Thank you so much for your concern my dear. Sushma Swaraj is a lady full of heart and she is in touch with me and is looking after our people. I’m so proud that she is our foreign minister and looks after us all over the world.”
Adnan Sami, who had gone to Kuwait for a live show, has alleged that his staff members were mistreated and called "Indian dogs" at the Arab country's airport immigration https://t.co/uFTmTG47rE— News18 (@CNNnews18) May 7, 2018
Adnan Sami’s parents were from Pakistan and he was granted Indian citizenship in 2016.