We see the shutdown all over the world as the possibility of the deadly virus called COVID 19 spread is on the rise. India is not alone in calling this lockout but the World Health Organization has also joined other nations in this appeal. This has also suspended all flights and other transport modes within the city and outside the region. This has left people all over the world stranded. Which include the 34 Nagpur students who are stranded as the flights are cancelled in Malaysia too.
According to news, 34 students from Sri Balasaheb Tirpude College of Hotel Management and Catering Technology, near Seminary Hill Nagpur have been seen heading to Malaysia for their summer internship. While in the said country they had their internship programme, the lockdown was declared that halted all transportation including international and domestic flights. While talking about the problem, the college authority said they wrote a letter to the Indian Embassy to support the students, and they are waiting for their response.
The students are generally seen as safe and they have all the basic facilities as provided by the country’s local authority. After having the direction and guidance from the consulate, they were provided with their requirement. Therefore the students now get food, money, and many other basic items. The college authority has ensured the students are safe and secure and will return to the city once the flights are resumed. As stated they did not find any kind of COVID-19 symptoms.