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India extends outreach to Taxpayers, students stranded in UK

The Indian high commission on Thursday issued a second advisory requesting citizens and students stranded in the UK to get it with information about their position, while after the help of British health authorities around the coronavirus pandemic.

“If you’re facing issues with finding accommodation, please hit us…that the High Commission will attempt to assist you”, it stated, requesting people stranded to get in touch with the assignment by email on info.london@mea.gov.in.

“In light of current travel, traveling to India stays temporarily limited till 31.3.20…The High Commission proceeds to participate with the UK government on advice for Indians from the UK whose offenses are expected to expire but are now not able to depart”, it included.

On campuses across the united kingdom, tens of thousands of Indian pupils face doubt as universities change to online teaching and scramble to take care of the consequences of this coronavirus struggle, with some handling to depart for India, while others stuck in the united kingdom.

The doubt was improved in universities that asked students to leave campus and go home during Easter vacations.