The students also released a video, in which they alleged that Indian Embassy was not giving any positive response to their demand for evacuation. “We are 33 students here and are crying for evacuation. But the Indian embassy is not giving any positive response,” a girl student in the video said.
The student said the prevailing situation has left them depressed. “We are not able to do anything. Our parents back home are worried for our safety and the situation here is getting worse every day,” said another student.
They in the video appealed to the Jammu and Kashmir administration for facilitating their evacuation.
Meanwhile, Iltija Mufti daughter of former Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti who is operating the official Twitter handle of Mehbooba sought intervention of Indian Embassy in Iran to facilitate the screening of Kashmiri students.
“Requesting @India_in_Iran @MEAQuery @DrSJaishankar to kindly intervene and facilitate screening of these students,” she tweeted.
The parents of these students also sought intervention of J&K government to start process for evacuation of their kids.
“The Bangladesh students who had to return to their respective hostels from West Bengal are facing unbearable difficulties due to lockdown and are now feeling helpless and lonely,” a parent said.