ISLAMABAD Pak nationals were not the target of violence in Kyrgyzstan, however they were indirectly influenced by the ethnic riots there, said most of the stranded Pakistanis on Tuesday after returning to their homeland. Two special flights of PAF C-130 have brought 268 Pakistanis including students from the violence-stricken city of Osh. The first special flight, carrying 134 Pakistanis, landed at Chaklala Airbase in the wee hours of Tuesday, while the second flight brought back a total of 134 Pakistanis along with the dead body of Ali Raza, a student killed in racial violence in Osh by a stray bullet. According to the Foreign Office, most of the Pakistanis who returned home from Kyrgyzstan are students and a little number of them are traders and labourers. Foreign Office has further affirmed that all the Pak nationals living in violence-hit Kyrgyzstan are now safe and that the staff of Pakistans Embassy there remained in contact with them. It is significant to mention here that the food items and other relief goods sent to Kyrgyzstan, including blankets, medicines etc were also provided to the stranded Pakistanis who later were brought back to their homeland. Agencies add: The second flight also brought back the body of a Pakistani student Ali Raza who was killed in Kyrgyzstans ethnic riots. The first flight was received by Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira while the second flight was received by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi. National Disaster Management Authority had arranged refreshment and transport at the airbase, besides accommodation in hotels to facilitate the students hailing from far-flung areas. Talking to APP, the evacuated students appreciated the Governments efforts for their safe and prompt return. The way the Government acted to bring back Pakistanis from violence-hit Kyrgyzstan is really appreciable, they said. They were of the view that the Government of Pakistan was the first which made arrangements for the safe return of its nationals from Kyrgyzstan.