Coronavirus: Kashmiri students receive medical assistance in Agra after J&K administration intervenes

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Eleven students from Jammu and Kashmir were found living in Naseerabad area of Agra who were in urgent need of medical aid. 

Students leave Kota to reach Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi. (Photo: PTI)

Seeking the welfare of students from Jammu and Kashmir stuck in Agra amid the ongoing nationwide lockdown, the J&K administration wrote to the Agra District Magistrate to ensure that ration and essential commodities are provided to these students.

Eleven students from Jammu and Kashmir were found living in Naseerabad area of Agra who were in urgent need of medical aid.

According to the district administration sources, the students are now being provided with medical assistance as well as clean drinking water and groceries.

Doctors from the SN Medical College are taking care of the medical needs of the students and a team of officials has reached the spot.

Recently, the Uttar Pradesh government brought back few students from the state who were stranded in Rajasthan’s Kota.

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