2 flights carrying Pakistani students from Bishkek reached Lahore and Islamabad

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2 flights carrying Pakistani students from Bishkek reached Lahore and Islamabad
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2 flights carrying Pakistani students from Bishkek reached Lahore and Islamabad

2 flights carrying Pakistani students from Bishkek reached Lahore and Islamabad.

Aviation sources say that the flight coming from Bishkek to Islamabad landed in Islamabad at 7:45 PM, while the first flight from Bishkek to Lahore reached Lahore at 7:00 PM and the second flight arrived at Lahore Airport at 2:50 PM. will arrive

At Lahore Airport, Information Minister Atta Tarar and Federal Minister Mossadegh Malik welcomed the students in Islamabad.

It is known that 540 students are reaching Pakistan today by commercial flights.

A special flight will bring back 130 students.

Federal Minister Mossadegh Malik while talking to the media after receiving the students said that the students who are returning from Kyrgyzstan are welcome. We understand the difficulties the students faced in Kyrgyzstan.

Mossadegh Malik said that the prime minister and the federal cabinet are in constant contact on the matter, they have discussed with the government of Kyrgyzstan, they are also aware of the problems and problems of the parents of the students.

Deputy Prime Minister Ishaq Dar will meet the Kyrgyz Foreign Minister in Kazakhstan’s capital Astana on May 21. He postponed his visit to Bishkek at the request of the Foreign Minister of Kyrgyzstan.

He said that no Pakistani was killed in the attacks on foreign students in Kyrgyzstan.

According to Kyrgyzstan’s foreign minister, some people involved have been arrested, and those involved in the riots will not go unpunished.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has made a second contact with Pakistan’s Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan Hasan Ali Zaigham in 24 hours and directed him to stay in touch with all Pakistani students and their families.

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