Another aircraft transporting Kyrgyz students to Pakistan touches down in Lahore.

Following riots in Bishkek where Pakistani students were harassed, beaten, and subjected to other forms of abuse, Islamabad launched the special flights.

More than 150,000 foreign students are presently enrolled in classes in Kyrgyzstan, according to the government agency’s preliminary report on the situation in Bishkek.

At 2:30 am, a special flight, KA-4571, transporting Pakistani students who were stuck in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, touched down at Lahore Airport.

At the airport were the parents and government officials.

In a related statement, Pakistan’s Minister of Information and Broadcasting, Attaullah Tarar, stated that the country’s administration keeps regular communication with Kyrgyzstan’s government to guarantee the safe return of Pakistani students.

After meeting the students who were returning from Kyrgyzstan, he was speaking with reporters at the Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore.

According to Minister of Information Attaullah Tarar, special authorization has been given to run four planes from Kyrgyzstan every day. He added that plans for their meals and transportation had been made when the 175 Pakistani students arrived at the airport.

To help the students, special immigration counters have been set up at the airports in Lahore and Islamabad, according to Attaullah Tarar.

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