‘400 Afghan students in India received gift beyond all measures from GoI’

New Delhi : Farid Mamundzay, Afghanistan’s Ambassador to India, on Saturday expressed his gratitude towards India for providing aid to the Afghan school running in India.

Taking to Twitter, Mamundzay said, “I thank MEA India for providing the much-needed assistance to the only Afghan school in India. The Syed Jamaluddin Afghan School in Delhi’s Bhogal, is the only educational resource for Afghan refugees and will now continue to operate as usual.”

He further said, the 400 students received a “gift beyond all measures” from the Indian Government.

“The continuity of this school will surely help build the foundations upon which many Afghan youth will shape a better future for themselves and Afghanistan,” he added.

The educational institution for Afghan refugees is situated in Bhogal, Jangpura area in New Delhi.