Kashmiri medical students studying in Bangladesh turned back from Indian border
Indian govt has suspended incoming traffic through all immigration check posts as a precautionary measure against Covid-19’s spread
- Published 26.03.20, 2:37 AM
- Updated 26.03.20, 2:37 AM
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A group of Kashmiri medical students, studying in Bangladesh, returned to their respective hostels in the neighbouring country after the Indian immigration officials at Benapole-Petrapole border refused to let them in.
The Indian government has suspended incoming traffic through all 107 immigration check posts (ICPs), including the one at Petrapole, as a precautionary measure against Covid-19’s spread.
On their return, the students have been quarantined at two different blocks.