Aurangabad, Maharashtra, Jun 5 : Aurangabad MP Syed Imtiaz Jaleel on Friday demanded that the central government should make immediate arrangements to bring home the students from Maharashtra who are stranded abroad. While making a request in letters addressed to the Ministers of External Affairs and Civil Aviation as well as Indian Ambassadors to various countries in this regard, he stated that many students from across the state, including Aurangabad, who are pursuing medical and other education at various universities in Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Hungary, are stranded.
The students who are stuck abroad now have run out of money and are facing many problems there, he pointed. Hence, all necessary permissions be given to the concerned departments for immediate repatriation of students and landings of the aircraft, he wrote. He further urged the Minister of External Affairs to take immediate positive steps after many parents of students urged the government to make arrangements for the repatriation of their children, as no one could return home without special provisions as Covid-19 has banned travel to other parts of the world.
The MP also informed that the list of names along with all the documents has been sent to the Indian embassy in the concerned country, after completing all the administrative procedures of all the stranded students. He has appealed to the parents to immediately contact the MP's office for further action if any other students from Aurangabad district and the state are stranded abroad for the same or similar reasons, he added. (UNI)