Indian Embassy Assists Students in Bishkek

Indian Embassy in Support of Students in Bishkek

Indian Embassy: The situation in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, is currently stable, and the Indian Embassy is fully prepared to assist students, announced Randhir Jaiswal, the official spokesperson for the Ministry of External Affairs, on Thursday.

During a media briefing, Jaiswal emphasized that students wishing to return to India after their exams can take advantage of direct flights between Bishkek and Delhi.

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Addressing concerns, he reassured, The situation in the capital, Bishkek, is normal. However, there were some incidents involving foreign students, not Indians, about two weeks ago.

This caused concern among Indian students. Our embassy responded promptly, setting up helplines to support the students.

The Indian Embassy in Bishkek has established helplines dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of Indian students.

These measures were implemented after violent clashes broke out among student groups on May 18, resulting in several international students being injured. Reports indicated that attackers armed with batons had forcibly entered hostel rooms, causing significant distress.

In response to these incidents, the embassy acted swiftly to provide necessary support and information to the Indian student community, aiming to alleviate their concerns and ensure their safety.

Jaiswal’s statement underlines the commitment of the Indian government and its diplomatic missions to safeguard the interests and welfare of Indian nationals abroad, particularly students studying in foreign countries.

Overall, while the current situation in Bishkek has returned to normal, the Indian Embassy remains vigilant and ready to assist students in all possible ways.

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