Indian discriminatory treatment with Kashmiri students stranded in Kyrgyzstan

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Srinagar

More than 110 students from Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir are facing financial problems in Kyrgyzstan due to apathy and discriminatory treatment of the Modi-led fascist government in India.
The Indian authorities are repatriating the Indian students and traders stranded in different cities of Kyrgyzstan on priority basis but have left the students hailing from Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir on the mercy of circumstances.
Special flights of Air India from Bishkek to Srinagar are not accommodating the Kashmiri students, leaving them high and dry. The students told media men in Srinagar over phone that it is becoming difficult for them to meet the daily needs as they have run short of money and essentials.—KMS

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