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290 Pakistani students stranded in Kyrgyzstan have returned to Peshawar

290 Pakistani students stranded in Kyrgyzstan have returned to Peshawar

It’s heartening to see the safe return of Pakistani students stranded in Kyrgyzstan, thanks to the special flights organized by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government. The warm reception they received from their families and officials underscores the relief and joy felt by all involved. Minister Meena Afridi’s assurance of the government’s commitment to the well-being of its citizens abroad is reassuring, demonstrating a strong sense of responsibility towards its people.

The planned series of special flights to bring back all stranded students highlights the proactive approach taken by the provincial government to ensure the safe repatriation of its citizens. The gratitude expressed by parents towards the government reflects the deep appreciation for its efforts during this challenging time.

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Similarly, the arrivals of students in Multan, Lahore, and Islamabad, with the support of the Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF), further demonstrate concerted efforts to assist those in need. The provision of refreshments and transportation facilities by the OPF shows a compassionate approach towards returning students.

The unfortunate incident of the mob attack on foreign students in Bishkek is deeply concerning. The reported injuries sustained by Pakistani students, along with students from other countries, highlight the need for enhanced security measures and support for students studying abroad. It’s crucial for authorities to address such incidents promptly and ensure the safety and well-being of all students, regardless of their nationality.