Udaipur Boy Stranded in Mauritius, Appeals Prime Minister for Help

Udaipur Boy Stranded in Mauritius, Appeals Prime Minister for Help

Kavish Jain, a resident of our city Udaipur with his group have been stranded in Mauritius due to the outbreak of coronavirus. Actually, After the suspension of international flights in both countries due to the Covid-19, all the boys are stuck there and have appealed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi for help.

Due to the rapid spread of the Covid-19, many important flights have been canceled by the government. The coronavirus has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.

Kavish Jain, a resident of our city Udaipur, is a second-year student of Asia Pacific Institute, Ahmedabad. He is pursuing hotel management and was doing his internship from Mauritius. 

Kavish, along with his friends, made a video and viral it on social media, in which all of them are appealing for help from Prime Minister Modi. As per Kavish, they are trying to reach Indian authorities but there is no response yet.

Kavish and his friends said they were confirming a flight ticket, but at the last moment, a critical situation arose between Air India and Air Mauritius. There are still more than 400 students studying medical and many in hotel management are stuck there.

“We are currently in lock-down and do not have any facilities, so we are trying to contact Indian officials via Twitter, but have not received any positive response so far,” Kavish said.

Three days ago, Mauritius confirmed the first death from Covid-19 and 13 patients have been tested positive.

Written by Vishal Hiloriya

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