VIDEO: 4 Pakistani Students Killed In Violent Attack In Kyrgyzstan, Shocking Visuals Surface

VIDEO: 4 Pakistani Students Killed In Violent Attack In Kyrgyzstan, Shocking Visuals Surface

Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, has been witnessing severe violence for the past few days, in which four Pakistani students have lost their lives and many are seriously injured.

Siksha MUpdated: Saturday, May 18, 2024, 06:21 PM IST
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Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan's capital, has been witnessing  severe violence over the last few days, with four Pakistani students killed and many injured. The incident started with a dispute that broke out in a hostel on May 13, involving Pakistani students, ultimately escalating into a harrowing display of aggression.

What began as a dispute quickly escalated into a violent fight as other students within the hostel turned their aggression towards the Pakistani students as well, leading to the deaths of four deaths and many injured.

Amidst the chaos, Pakistani students have alleged that they did not receive any help from the Pakistani Embassy or local authorities in Kyrgyzstan. Allegations have surfaced regarding the inadequate medical treatment provided to injured students in hospitals.

The Pakistani Embassy has responded to the crisis and expressed deep sorrow over the incident and said that they are in touch with the Kyrgyzstan government to ensure the safety of the students.

The Embassy further said that Pakistani students have been asked to "stay indoors until the situation returns to normal", adding that the violence appeared to be directed against all foreign students, and not just Pakistanis.

However, the severity of the situation has sparked broader questions about the safety and security of Pakistani students studying abroad, raising urgent calls for action to prevent such tragedies in the future.

While the complete details surrounding the incident remain undisclosed, the allegations made by Pakistani students highlights the pressing need for enhanced measures to protect the welfare of international students.

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