Kashmiri students at International Passenger Terminal Benapole Landport, Jashore, hoping the authorities would evacuate them
Kashmiri students at International Passenger Terminal Benapole Landport, Jashore, hoping the authorities would evacuate them

SRINAGAR — At least 580 Kashmiri students and intern doctors are stuck in Bangladesh due to imposition of lockdown across the globe, particularly in India and Bangladesh.

The students are facing a lot of inconvenience in foreign land. In a WhatsApp text, these students state that due to imposition of lockdown and restriction on the movement of people, things are really turning difficult for them.

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“We are stuck in a building in Bangladesh and our position is miserable. We are concerned about the spread of COVID-19 and it is really difficult here for us to move out from the building,” the students said.

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The students appealed authorities to reach out to them and help them to reach their homes. They said they are mentally disturbed and need evacuation. “Please arrange emergency flights for us so that we can reach our homes,” they requested.

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