Osh, Jun 14: 85 Indian students out of the 100, who were are trapped in Kyrgyzstan"s southern Osh city amid the ethnic clashes, have been reportedly rescued.
About 15 students are still trapped and the rescue operations launched by the Indian Embassy are still on, state the latest reports from TV news channel.
The 85 rescued students are making their way to the airport where an Embassy aircraft is waiting to fly them back home, reported CNN-IBN.
The ethnic violence in Kyrgyzstan has claimed over 113 lives and injured at least 1,400 people over the past three days.
As soon as the reports of the Indians trapped being in the violence hit country emerged, the Indian mission got in touch with the trapped Indians as well as with the Kyrgyzstan authorities, including the foreign ministry.