J&K Students Association demands Evacuation of stranded Kashmiri students

Srinagar, April 08 (KNS): J&K Students Association, a body of Kashmiri Students here on today demanded immediate evacuation of Kashmiri students stranded in various cities across the country. In a Statement President of Association Mushtaq Ahmad Urged Home Minister Amit Shah and LG GC Murmu to take Immediate measures and make special arrangements for the safe evacuation of Kashmiri Students stranded in different Parts of Country.

A statement issued to KNS, He said that immediate measures and special arrangements should be made for the safe evacuation of these Kashmiri Students & the People stranded in different parts of country as they are facing hardships due to Strict lockdown. Mushtaq Said that Most of these stranded students are facing immense difficulties including running short of money, Food, Stock and essential Commodities due to country wide lockdown to prevent spread of the deadly Coronavirus. The central government must take concrete measures to address their woes, he added.

Joint Secretary of Association Khadim Khan also urged Cetral Govt to make all possible efforts to resolve the issue at the earliest as these students and other people are in mental depression, anxiety & are worrying their parents and families in Kashmir Valley too. Khan said that Hundreds of Students are stranded in different parts of the country. These stranded Students are helplessly waiting at different locations for some mode of transportation to reach at their homes.

Mushtaq and Khan in their Joint Statement urged Home Minister Amit Shah, LG GC Murmu to make all possible efforts to rescue them at the earliest as students are in Mental Depression, anxiety & are worrying their parents in Kashmir Valley too. They Appealed the Home Minister to direct Concerned officials to act Swiftly and provide necessary assistance to J&K students stranded in different parts of Country and to initiate their safe evacuation at an earliest. (KNS)

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