There are numerous ways for a country to generate revenue for its operations, but the majority of people are only aware of a few, such as trading with other nations or levying taxes. A less well-known method is through the remittances that citizens who work abroad send to their families in their home countries. Many individuals go to first-world, more developed nations in search of a better quality of life and a far higher standard of living than they may find at home.This leads to more and more people seeking a new life in other countries which leads to a rise in the number of remittances sent home by relatives to their families. Through commerce, international investment, quick technical innovation, and setting up the economy, the diasporas helpa nation flourish. The advancement of the nation benefits from the information and skills acquired by the diasporas as well as the high work culture, outstanding technical knowledge, creative work training, sense of purpose, and passion to work provided by them.
Mr. Rajendran Vellapalath and Ms. Aswani Nambarambath established the Kerala Pravasi Association (KPA) to address the issues faced by the Indian diaspora. Formed on February 20, 2021, Kerala Pravasi Association is dedicated to maintaining the ideals of the Constitution with the confidence and steadfast support of the people under the leadership of the Pravasi. They are dedicated to constructing a strong, independent, and developed progressive India. Kerala Pravasi Association was established in Kerala as the initial step towards this goal. In order to accomplish the set objectives and initiatives, the organization takes on the political challenge of enlisting the support of all societal groups.
It is certain that biased opponents will soon join the cause and commit themselves to working relentlessly for the improvement of the country while leaving no one behind. The foreigners have a distinct perspective on Kerala’s whole industry and the necessary reforms. The hope of the diaspora is a thriving, self-sufficient Kerala with no educated person going unemployed, homes for everyone, food for everyone, infrastructure, sanitation, and a pollution-free environment.
The Central Election Commission has given its approval to the Kerala Pravasi Association, which is governed by non-residents.The political party was founded with fresh ideas as a counter to the anti-democratic and cynical tactics of the country’s fronts, claim KPA leaders. Having the motto “Self-sufficient new Kerala via expatriates,” the Kerala Pravasi Association established a political scene from Kerala, one of the states with a sizable proportion of expatriates.
This group doesn’t participate in typical strike tactics like bandhs, hartals, vandalism of public property, or other actions that disrupt daily life. The Kerala Pravasi Association creates Panchayat, Municipal, Corporation, District, and State Committees under the direction of a 36-member National Council. Currently, the party has groups in every Kerala local body (941 Panchayats, Municipal Corporations, and 14 Districts).
The Kerala Pravasi Association (KPA) has begun a project known as the Thousand Housing Project, where Mrs. Aswani Nambarambath, President of the Kerala Pravasi Association National Council, Mr. Ranjith Mavoor Panchayat, President of Mavoor Grama Panchayat, and KPA office bearers performed the foundation stone laying ritual of the first house of the free housing scheme. The ritual waspracticed as part of the housing security under the leadership of the political party Kerala Pravasi Association on July 7, 2022.
The Kerala Pravasi Association also filed a suit with the Delhi High Court against “exorbitant” flying rates between India and the Gulf countries. The Delhi High Court has requested that the DGCA investigate a writ suit challenging the ridiculous prices of airline tickets for flights between India and Arab countries.Rule 135(1) of the 1937 Aircraft Rules, according to the appeal submitted by Rajendran Vellapalath, the Chairman of the Kerala Pravasi Association, and Aswani Nambarambath, the president of the political group, is arbitrary, unclear, and unlawful. Airlines have been charging exorbitant, irrational, and prohibitive fares for travel from the Gulf area to Kerala and the rest of India, according to the Court’s position.
This has allegedly led to major obstacles for Indians who wish to travel to and from these nations, particularly for employment, business, and education, according to the petition. The appeal contends that such exorbitant and excessive costs restrict the use of air travel as a form of transportation and violate the constitutional rights of Indian passengers flying to or from Gulf nations.
The Kerala Pravasi Association is actively working to establish itself as a political action group for the Indian government by speaking out on all issues affecting Pravasi Indians as well as those affecting ordinary Indian citizens.