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    Medical students advised to consult NMC before taking two daily direct flights from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to India

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    The situation in Kyrgyzstan is normal, and two direct flights will be flying daily from Bishkek to New Delhi starting May 23. The Andhra Pradesh Non-Resident Telugu Society (APNRT) is closely monitoring the situation and providing support to Telugu students in Kyrgyzstan.

    The APNRTS is in communication with Charanjeet Singh, Additional Secretary, Eurasia, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India. They are sharing information and advisories from the Ministry of External Affairs with students promptly. Efforts are being made to ensure the safety and well-being of AP students in Kyrgyzstan.

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    The APNRT Society has reached out to Charanjeet Singh’s office to inform about the hardships faced by AP students in Kyrgyzstan and to request the repatriation of students at the earliest. Medical students from India in Kyrgyzstan are advised to consider the guidelines of the National Medical Commission before returning to India.

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    If any student wishes to return to India, there will be two direct flights from Bishkek to New Delhi daily starting May 23. Indian students can contact the Embassy of India in Bishkek for assistance on their helpline at 0555710041. APNRTS urges students and parents not to panic and to stay vigilant. They can reach out to the 24/7 helpline at 91 863 2340678; 91 85000 27678(W) for assistance.

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