SRINAGAR — The Government of India has allowed 315 students from Jammu and Kashmir enrolled at different colleges across Pakistan to cross over via Attari Wagah border in Amritsar today.

In an official communique, the Government of India on request of Pakistan has allowed 315 students to cross over to Pakistan to resume studies.

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The Government of Pakistan had earlier communicated with the Government of India to allow the travel of 315 Kashmiri students to Pakistan on September 30 having Indian passport.

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Pakistan had requested that the students be allowed to cross over to Pakistan via Attari Wagah border on September 30. In reply, the Government of India allowed the travel of 315 Kashmiri students to Pakistan.

It said, “It is requested that the above mentioned 315 Indian nationals may be allowed to enter into Pakistan (subject to a valid passport) through Wagah border on 30th September, 2020 following necessary health security protocol/screening.”

Pertinently, a huge number of students from different parts of Kashmir are enrolled at various Medical Colleges in Pakistan.

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It may be recalled that Government of India earlier during the COVID-19 lockdown period made special arrangements for the Kashmiri students for their safe arrival.

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