Thirty two people reached Shamshabad International Airport in Hyderabad in the early hours of Tuesday. All the 32 people were back to the country by utilising the amnesty granted by Government of Kuwait, according to Andhra Pradesh Non-Resident Telugu Society (APNRTS) president Ravi Vemuri. He said that in the first batch 32 people arrived and most of them were from East and West Godavari districts and a few from Anantapur. They arrived at the Shamshabad International Airport in Hyderabad at 1.30 am by Jazeera Airways. He said by utilising the amnesty granted by the Government of Kuwait, 3,000 more migrants would return to Andhra Pradesh. He said APNRT Society had provided free tickets up to their hometown and will further provide benefits to reintegrate them in society. They would provide three months skill development programme, provide jobs and loans.