J&K security advisory: 500 students leave Jammu
Jammu & Kashmir

J&K security advisory: 500 students leave Jammu

Agency News

Jammu, Aug 4 : Post security advisory issued by the Jammu and Kashmir Government, over 500 students, pursuing professional studies in different colleges, who have arrived here from Srinagar, left for their hometowns by trains from Jammu Tawi Railway Station.

A police official said the students from different parts of the country started arriving at Jammu Tawi Railway Station late last night in a fleet of State Road Transport Corporation buses from NIT Srinagar and other professional colleges.

The students after getting the tickets, were accommodated in different trains so that they can reach to their respective places.

"Last night the students boarded Shri Shakti Express and Madras Express to reach homes," he said, adding that on Sunday, the students, who reached here in the morning, were sent in Malwa Express and Super Express."

The remaining students who reach in the afternoon will be sent in Begumpura Express, they said.

However, the Jammu GRP in the morning arranged breakfast for the students at the platform and lunch as well.

The students lauded the Jammu Railway Police for being kind and taking care of them by managing food, accommodation for a brief stay and helping them in getting the tickets on the spot. (UNI)