Students from Bishkek Arrive in Pakistan

News Desk2 weeks ago

The information indicates that two special planes, KA-4575 and KA-6571, from Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, with over 360 Pakistani students on board, landed at Islamabad International Airport and Lahore International Airport, respectively.

Families and relatives of the students are at the airport to greet their loved ones who have landed in Islamabad and Lahore.

The information indicates that two special planes, KA-4575 and KA-6571, from Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, with over 360 Pakistani students on board, landed at Islamabad International Airport and Lahore International Airport, respectively.

Families and relatives of the students are at the airport to greet their loved ones who have landed in Islamabad and Lahore.

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In the meanwhile, the flight’s passengers have their own counters in the international arrival lounge.

The FIA has also issued directives to expedite the immigration procedure for students traveling from Bishkek.

According to a government agency allegation that was cited by sources earlier in the day, approximately 10,000 Pakistani students are currently stuck in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, in a stressful scenario.

Over 150,000 foreign students are presently enrolled in courses in Kyrgyzstan, according to the government agency’s preliminary report on the situation in Bishkek.

Roughly 15,000 Indian students and 10,000 Pakistani students are presently enrolled in Kyrgyzstan, according to sources citing the government agency.

Recalling the beginning of the Bishkek riots, sources said that four days prior, local and Egyptian students had a debate on Gaza that turned into an argument.

Hostels were reportedly attacked by about 300 local students on the evenings of May 17 and 18.

 

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