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All trapped Pak students to be brought back home safely, Amad tells Senate.

ISLAMABAD, June 15, 2010 (Frontier Star): State Minister for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad Khan on Tuesday informed the Senate government was making best diplomatic efforts to bring back Pakistani students trapped in Kyrgyzstan, safely home adding they are in contact with the said government. During a Question Hour in the Upper House on Tuesday, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad Khan said that government has started its rescue efforts of Pakistani students quite earlier, and a special flight would be sent to bring them back home, safely. He informed that only one student was killed, while the foreign office was in constant touch with government and ambassador of Kyrgyzstan, while many students, when contacted, sounded well and safe. He informed that a plane carrying 114 Pakistani Students has returned back adding another remaining will come soon. He opine that government has summoned Kyrgyzstan Ambassador at the Foreign Office while the government is in close contact with the Foreign Ministry. He further added that one Pakistani student died whose name was Ali Raza due to bullet shot stressing due to curfew his dead body could not be sent back home.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Geographic Code:9PAKI
Date:Jun 15, 2010
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