Bengaluru man Dies in UAE: A wife of an employee working in UAE has said that she is very insecure and feeling bad about her children’s future. Marilyn Stanislaus wife of Marilyn Dominic is currently facing the bad situation after the death of her husband. Marilyn Dominic is from Bengaluru and he used to work in the UAE for almost 20 years till date, but unfortunately he died on January 18th. He is living in Dubai by leaving the family in Bengaluru. After his death, his wife Marilyn Stanislaus stated that it is very difficult to live without him and it is such a tough thing to raise the three children without him.
Marilyn Stanislaus said about this issue as “I am just insecure about my children’s future, It is very difficult to raise three children and that too in Dubai,” and said that she is also worried about raising the funds to get her husband body released from the hospital after his death.
Bengaluru man Dies in UAE and his Wife Struggles to pay bills to Claim body
She also said that her husband Dominic friends and mates who had studied with him along with other friends in Dubai came forward to offer help after knowing this sad incident, also she said about the health position of Mr. ominic as that he is very ill on December 26th of 2016, then he was taken to the hospital and he died on the same hospital in which he is firstly admitted.
“It is very difficult to raise three children and that too in Dubai, T hose who studied with my husband in Bengaluru and people in Dubai have come forward to offer help since the news broke,I am working, but making ends meet has been very difficult since my husband lost his job in Dubai. He was stressed since then,” Marilyn Stanislaus said when she is consulted after knowing the issue. She said that she is struggling a lot to pay the hospital fee to discharge her husband and said that she need to pay 30,000 dirhams which is 5.55 lakhs.
Talking about the funeral, Marilyn Stanislaus said that “The funeral will happen in Dubai and that is again a challenge. There is a protocol that needs to be followed, the Indian Consulate also reached out to help. It is so heartening to see so much support. I have to be strong for the children and am only worried about their future.”