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    CM Revanth inquires about the well-being of students in Kyrgyzstan

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    Chief Minister A Revanth Reddy checked on Telangana students in Kyrgyzstan following violence in Bishkek. Higher officials confirmed the students’ safety with help from the Indian Ambassador. The Ambassador assured assistance through the embassy’s helpline during this crucial exam period. No serious injuries were reported among students from Telangana, despite social media rumors.

    Former Finance Minister T Harish Rao expressed concern about Indian students being targeted in Kyrgyzstan. He called on the CM, Government of India, External Affairs Minister, and Indian Embassy to ensure student safety. AIMIM chief Asad also urged the government to intervene, citing reports of Indian students facing hardships and violence in Kyrgyzstan. He requested strong action to protect students and arrange for their return if needed.

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