No Pakistani student was killed in the violent incidents in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz government confirmed

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No Pakistani student was killed in the violent incidents in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz government confirmed
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No Pakistani student was killed in the violent incidents in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz government confirmed

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The Kyrgyz government confirmed that no Pakistani students were killed in the riots in Bishkek.

Pakistani officials say the Kyrgyz government has confirmed that no Pakistani students have died in violent riots against foreign students.

The Ministry of Interior of Kyrgyzstan has also issued a press release stating that the situation is under control.

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Earlier, in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, there was an incident of fighting and rioting between local and foreign students.

Later, many students were also injured in the attack and vandalism incident on the hostels of Pakistani students.

Muhammad Abdullah, a Pakistani medical student in Bishkek, said in an exclusive interview with Geo News that the dispute started due to the harassment of Egyptian students by the Kyrgyz students.

The Pakistani student says that riots broke out after Egyptian students reacted against Kyrgyz students, Kyrgyz students are attacking foreign students in Bishkek.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif directed the Pakistani ambassador in Bishkek to provide all possible help to the Pakistani students.

The Prime Minister has expressed deep concern over the situation of Pakistani and other students in Kyrgyzstan and is constantly keeping himself informed about the situation.

Shahbaz Sharif contacted the Pakistani Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan Hasan Ali by telephone and directed to provide all kinds of support and assistance to the Pakistani students.

What is this event?

In the capital of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek, on May 13, there was a fight between local and foreign students in the hostel of Bodiuni, 3 foreigners involved in the fight were detained.

According to Kyrgyz media, on the evening of May 17, local residents protested in Choi Kermanjan Dutka area, local people demanded action against the foreigners involved in the dispute, the head of Bishkek City Internal Affairs Directorate requested to end the demonstration.

According to local media, the detained foreigners later apologized, but the protesters refused to disperse and gathered in larger numbers. Several people were also detained for violating public order.

According to the Kyrgyz media, the protesters dispersed after negotiations with the head of the federal police.

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