Three Delhi-based Sikh activists helped 32 Kashmiri girls return to their homes amid a lockdown in the state. They arranged air tickets for their travel. The men, a Srinagar-based supervisor of the girls and her colleague flew back together. The girls were dropped at their homes in five districts with the help of Army officials in Srinagar. The girls had come to Pune for training in a nursing course. They had been stuck after the centre announced a lockdown over its decision to end special status to Jammu and Kashmir.