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COVID-19: Offer me “Bicycle” I will go Home: Kashmiri Stranded Student to Govt

Suhail Khan

Banglore, March 27: Amid suspension of air and road traffic due to rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in India, A depressed and frustrated Kashmiri stranded student in Banglore state of Karnataka now requested Govt of India to offer her a Bicycle to reach her home. 


A student reached Facebook and wrote in her post, I am in Depression, Frustration please “Offer me a Bicycle, So that I can reach my hometown Kashmir and when I reach the valley, I will give that Bicycle back ” appeals to UT Govt and Government of India as well.

A student in her post further said she is quite annoyed here in Banglore for the past four days and demanded immediate evacuation as coronavirus scare sweeps the world.


Scores of students who are studying in different colleges in Karnataka State have sought help from the authorities for their evacuation from the state amid growing scare of COVID-19 cases reported in India.


In wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the students from Kashmir pursuing various courses in different parts of the world have been left stranded and are demanding evaluation from other places and also urged Jammu and Kashmir administration to intervene into the matter and ensured their safe return.

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