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Two more flights carrying students from Kyrgyzstan arrive in Pakistan

Over 200 students came back to Pakistan on the two flights
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Efforts are underway for the repatriation of stranded Pakistani students in Kyrgyzstan, with two more flights carrying students back to Pakistan today.

A total of 175 Pakistani students arrived in Lahore from Bishkek, while over 100 students landed at Islamabad International Airport.

According to aviation sources, a special flight brought back stranded Pakistani students from Bishkek and landed at Islamabad International Airport.

Federal Minister for Petroleum Musadik Malik was present at Islamabad to welcome the arriving students and extend his greetings.

The flight from Bishkek to Islamabad arrived at Islamabad Airport at 7:45 PM, 45 minutes behind schedule. Flight AKE 4575 carried 140 passengers, including more than 100 students.

The families and loved ones of the students were also present at Islamabad Airport to receive them.

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In a separate development, a private aircraft carrying 180 passengers, including Pakistani students, arrived at Lahore Airport from Bishkek.

Flight KA_6571 from Bishkek landed at Lahore Airport. The flight was supposed to arrive in Lahore at 7 PM, but technical issues caused a delay.

Federal Minister for Information, Ataullah Tarrar, welcomed the returning students at Lahore Airport and expressed his warm wishes.

Ambulances are available at Lahore Airport to provide medical assistance to any injured students arriving from Bishkek.

Rescue personnel are also stationed at Lahore Airport, and the parents of the students are present as well.

Relatives of the students expressed their gratitude to the government for timely action.

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