Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Singer Adnan Sami and his troupe recently confronted racist abuses amid trip to Kuwait. As indicated by the Pakistani-origin singer, who is now an Indian citizen, said that his staff members were called “Indian dogs”. He took to Twitter to vent his anger and even tagged the Indian Embassy in Kuwait claiming he got no help in the foreign land. The singer posted on the micro blogging site: “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?!” @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 Union External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj took cognisance of the issue and asked that the prominent singer contact with her at earliest. This positively quieted the anger of Adnan Sami, who at that tweeted thanks for the foreign minister. He tweeted, “Thank you for your ever so prompt reply. Will call you & give you details. Thank you very much.” Afterward, when the Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju wrote to Adnan, guaranteeing him that the “most dynamic” Sushma Swaraj was investigating the issue, the artist answered: “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 all over the world,” he said.