Precious Kashmir News
Srinagar, Apr 26: As many as 376 J&K students, who were stuck in Kota in Rajasthan amid lockdown to curtail the spread of coronavirus, will return to the Union Territory on Monday.
J&K government spokesperson Rohit Kansal said that the administration is ‘working hard’ to facilitate all those stranded outside J&K.
He said this follows recent return of students and others who were in Jaisalmer and other places. However, he urged people to be patient. “376 J&K students in Kota set to return tomorrow. All arrangements finalised. This follows recent return of students and others who were in Jaisalmer and other places. Appeal: Please be patient. Govt is working hard to facilitate all,” Kansal wrote on micro-blogging site twitter.