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    Parents anxiously await the safe return of students stranded in Kyrgyzstan.

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    Parents of Telangana medical students studying in Kyrgyzstan are concerned about their safety due to ongoing violence in the capital city of Bishkek. They are urging the Indian government to airlift them back home as soon as possible.

    Approximately 1,500 students from Telugu states are currently pursuing medical courses in Kyrgyzstan. Parents are questioning why the Indian government has not taken any steps to evacuate these students when other countries, like Pakistan, have already done so. They are also calling on the Telangana state government to establish a special committee to work with the Indian Embassy in Kyrgyzstan to monitor the situation closely.

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    Despite reports of things appearing normal since Monday, students in Bishkek are still facing a tense situation with police cars patrolling the streets. With no evacuation plans in place, students have found that airfare for regular flights has significantly increased due to high demand, making it difficult for them to return home.

    One Telugu student shared a frightening experience of being forced to stay indoors without lights or noise for the past five days. Parents are worried about the safety and well-being of their children in the current situation and are desperate for their return to India.

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    Dr. D Vageeshwari, a medical student in Kyrgyzstan, highlighted the anxiety and fear faced by students who are unable to leave their homes or even turn on lights. Parents are concerned about their children’s mental and physical well-being and are calling on the Indian Embassy to bring them back safely to India.

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