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Afghan envoy urges India to grant 2500 students visas to complete studies

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New Delhi: Afghanistan’s envoy to India Farid Mamundzay has urged the Indian authorities to grant visas to 2500 Afghan college students in order that they’ll come again and full research in India. These college students have been learning in Indian universities like Delhi College, Osmania, JNU, and loads of them in cities like Pune. Lots of them are first-year, 2nd yr, and Third-year college students.
Envoy Farid Mamundzay mentioned, “you will need to deliver these 2500 college students to India, with a view to resume their research and hopefully contribute to the rebuilding of Afghanistan in future.”. Explaining, “in a single day they have not turn out to be Taliban”.
As Afghanistan fell into the palms of the Taliban on fifteenth August, many of those Afghan college students have been caught within the nation. On twenty fifth August, India’s ministry of house affairs introduced that it has terminated all beforehand issued visas to Afghan nationals and new e-Emergency X-Misc visa system was instituted.
The ministry in its launch that day mentioned, “Owing to the prevailing safety state of affairs in Afghanistan and streamlining of the visa course of by introduction of the e-Emergency X-Misc visa, it has been determined that every one Afghan nationals henceforth should journey to India solely on e-Visa.”
As of November, India has given 200 e Emergency X misc visas to Afghans. That’s round 4 visas per million, far lower than many United States and plenty of European international locations. However New Delhi has prolonged visas of 4557 Afghans who’re staying in India in view of the present turmoil in that nation.
India additionally evacuated 565 folks together with 438 Indians from Afghanistan post-Taliban takeover of the nation beneath the “Operation Devi Shakti”.The Particular Afghanistan Cell of the ministry of exterior affairs has been in contact with the remaining stranded Indians in addition to members of the Afghan minority group.
India has been a hub for schooling for Afghan college students for many years. Former Afghan President Hamid Karzai is a go out of Himachal Pradesh college who had come to India as an trade scholar in 1976. Former Afghan President
Mohammad Najibullah, who was killed by the Taliban in 1996 was an alumnus of St Joseph’s faculty in Baramulla, Jammu and Kashmir, India.
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