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URGENT HELP REQUIRED FOR VISA!!!

Today is Ninthoapa (Monday)

INDIAR BEYOK BEIBUNI

Mor jethima leipaklei devi guhati sorkari hospitalea vorti asea.gorea dandhormo korlang.morea hurka kalhan paleseago mor jethimai. hantea sathan dehani monawri. kali 5 gontar bitorea urgent pasport pelew visa napawri. kuno giri githaniea visarka poramorso dia mor malok agor sat dekhanir pothan kore dik.mor number agot massage dilea me call kortow.

From Sangram Singha,Sylhet, Bangladesh.

Mobile-01711340989

Sylhet, Bangladesh



Translation:

My aunt Smt.Leipaklei Devi is admitted in a Govt hospital in Guwahati.She is so serious that at home the pre-death rituals are already completed. I would like to see her at her death bed, who brought me up from child hood. Tomorrow within 5 hrs I might get passport; but getting visa is not possible. Can anybody help me in getting my visa.
My contact No 01711340989

From Sangram Singha, Sylhet, Bangladesh.

Sylhet, Bangladesh



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    1. Hello Sangramji. i just read ur latter from our community's web side.this is very bad situation for you that i know very well.i will try my level best for you.dont worry everything will be fine.can u provide me ur all the details.coz, it's need.i was tryed ur contect no bt, its nt responding.i m VINOD SINHA from mumbai.call me on 9773238611.

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    2. Hello Sangram,

      Even I tried your number, but it was unreachable the day I received your mail.

      thanks and regards
      rk rishikesh sinha

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